The M26 Pershing, the first American tank capable of taking on the German Army's Tiger I and Panther tanks, was introduced during the final stages of WWII. The T26E4 was a development of the M26 and was armed with an even more powerful, long-barreled 90mm main gun. This gun was superior to the one found on the King Tiger heavy tank and could penetrate a Panther's frontal armor from long distances. The first T26E4 was sent to the European front in 1945, with subsequent examples featuring various improvements such as a modified gun mount.
About the Model
1/35 scale plastic assembly kit of the T26E4 "Super Pershing".
Length: 293mm, Width: 101mm
Turret with long-barreled 90mm gun and bustle counterweight accurately reproduced.
Parts included for the larger gun travel lock.
Movable suspension enables many posing possibilities for dioramas.
Accessory parts such as machine gun ammunition cases included.
Comes with 3 infantry figures, 2 crew torso figures, and 1 marking option.