Armored Personnel Carrier

M2/M3/M4 Half-Track

Slawomir Zajaczkowski

n the ‘30s, Americans began working on a modern vehicle for cavalry reconnaissance and artillery units in freshly formed armored and motorized units. The American command became interested in French half-track vehicle designs.
Date Published :
December 2019
Publisher :
Kagero
Language:
English
Series :
TopDrawings
Illustration :
drawing sheets, color profiles
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding. : Paperback
ISBN : 9788366148604
Pages : 24
Dimensions : 11.7 X 8.3 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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$24.95

Overview
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In the ‘30s, Americans began working on a modern vehicle for cavalry reconnaissance and artillery units in freshly formed armored and motorized units. The American command became interested in French half-track vehicle designs. On their basis the American industry proposed its own solutions. In 1938, White Motor Company created a vehicle called T-7, which was a combination of the design of the M3 scout car and the T-9 half-track transporter. Year later, a version with a more powerful engine was prepared. The new car was designated T-14 and used mainly by artillery units. In 1940, the project was renamed M2 and put into production.

REVIEWS
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"If you are looking for detailed drawings of the M2/3/4 half-track, this book is your destination...Highly recommended."

- IPMS/USA

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