Thousands were distributed to the Allies, including the British Commonwealth and the Soviet Union, in the lend-lease program. The M4 was the second most produced tank of the World War II era, after the Soviet T-34, and its role in its parent nations victory was comparable to that of the T-34. The tank took its name from the American Civil War General William Tecumseh Sherman.
The M4 Shermans basic chassis was used for all the sundry roles of a modern mechanized force: roughly 50,000 Sherman tanks were produced during the war, and its chassis also served as the basis for numerous other armored vehicles such as tank destroyers, tank retrievers, and self-propelled artillery.
The version depicted by this model is a M4A3, which was in production between June 1942 and April 1945 with a total of over 6,600 produced. With this kit, you can assemble the M4A3 with a 75mm, 76mm, or 105mm gun, with 2 turret and 3 mantlet choices.
Number of Parts: 51 pieces / 3 sprues