What appears to be a Pz. I chassis with a 75mm KwK 40 gun mounted to it


"HANS, NO, DON'T FIRE SIDEWA... (tank flips) "Nein! Maybe not although we drive uphill!" We dream of there someday being a frankentank simulator where you are able to mix and match material like this. ...



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  • "HANS, NO, DON'T FIRE SIDEWA... (tank flips)
  • "Nein! Not while we drive uphill!"
  • I dream of there someday being a frankentank simulator where you can mix and match stuff like this. Like a T1 Cunningham with a 120mm sa46 gun. Holds three shells and goes an excess of -5 km/h.
  • I'd pay so much for a game where I could take the turret of a Tiger II, shove the 128mm L/55 in it (somehow) and then mate that turret to the hull of a M4A3E2. Then replace the M4A3E2's hull gunner with a British 17 pounder, because reasons.
  • A Russian T-52 chassis equipped with a British Comet's turret and an American M46 Patton's gun. It's so disgustingly blasphemous and impossible, I love it.
  • The m3 Lee with the 75 replaced with the 128 and the turret gun replaced with kv2 152
  • Fire both at the same time to go backwards with extreme prejudice!
  • DO A BARREL ROLL! FIRE BOTH CANNONS! also imagine the reload time of that 152 with just the commander in it, he would have to have massive arms
  • Well, the 152 is a pretty massive firearm.
  • You started saying 128mm in a tiger 2 turret and i was gonna say e75...
  • ... Why don't we take the hull of the E75, and put the turret of a Panzer I (Yes, panzer ONE) on it?
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