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1941 - German SP 4,7cm PaK(t) AT Gun mounted on a PzKpfw 1 Ausf B chassis

Armament:        1 - 4.7cm (PaK(t) L/43.4
Engine:              Maybach, NL38TR, 6cyl. gas,. 100 hp
Speed:              25 mph
Range:              87 miles
Crew:                3
Weight:             6.4 tons

Developed to provide SP anti-tank guns with armor protection. First of the many German conversions of standard tank chassis. The turret and superstructure of the PzKpfw 1ís were removed and replaced with a gun shield open at the top and rear. Some 202 PzKpfw l's were converted. Saw service in 1940 in Belgium and France. Phased out in late 1943.

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