P26/40 Pictures

Credit: wot.express

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10 thoughts on “P26/40 Pictures

  1. Now that I look at it, I would almost say that this tank was just mashed together from two different halves.
    I mean, look at the front and the back, they are so different!

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        1. actually, it isn’t that confusing, they simply started from a design they new it worked and made the modifications needed t implement the upgrades, that’s why the front half is wider so that they can mount a larger turret than previously on other tanks
          why would they go through the whole process of figuring where to place component on the engine deck if they can simply copy a working setup?

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        2. Pretty much as armando said. They reused as much of the parts they could from the earlier M-13/40 and it’s deriatives as possible.

          Itself not a bad idea to be fair, but this suspension was getting really long in the tooth by this point.

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  2. I have always liked the look of the P.40 since the first time I saw it on tv, even when I still knew nothing about tanks, and so I am glad with how the model turned out in WoT, what I do not understand however is why are there parts missing of the side skirt on both sides? even if they were only 10mm thick it actually helps a lot to protect the side of the tank, that’s why I hope they arestill part of the DM even when missing (which means that I hope there’s a “strip” of spaced armour along the side of the tank)

    on a side note I cannot stop from comparing this model to the model in War Thunder, don’t know why exactly but this one looks a little better, might be the bits of metal peeking from behind the paint that make it look more “real”

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  3. Why the hell is the FIAT Ansaldo inscription mirrored on the right front drive wheel? Actually I know why but if they spent so much attention to details I can’t believe they wouldn’t be able to fix it.

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