The T34 is the most produced tank of the war, debuting in the early stages of the invasion of the USSR, it was used by the German command as a reason Moscow and influenced German tank design throughout the war.
The Gaz truck was seen on all fronts of the war, ferrying supplies, troops and equipment and even forming the life line of food over a frozen lake for the defenders of Leningrad. This is a double axle variant.
The T-60 light tank was armed with a fast firing 20mm autocannon suitable to deal with other light armour and soft skinned vehicles that was used mostly in the early war. This is a variant with the older track style,...
IS-1 tank - As the KV-1 became outdated, the IS-1 was introduced and named for the leader of the USSR, the IS-1 was short lived and replaced by the up gunned IS-2, however it was itself a mighty beast!
The T-26 was based of a British pre-war design and tens of thousands were produced pre-war. While they were expected to be replaced by newer designs, many still fought in WW2 bravely, this variant features the older turret style.