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    Default Panzer projects & prototypes.

    A collection of Paper proyects, "one of a kind" vehicles and others.

    Panzerkampfwagen IX



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    Landkreuzer P-1500 "Monster"



    This is a proyect af a self propelled 1500 tn 80 centimer howitzer very much like the Dora but mounted over 4 diesel electric traction tracks......crazy

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    Edited:

    I have post updated info.

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    A heavy Henschel desing.:

    Panzerkampfwagen VII "Löwe" , (lion) VK 7201





    The development of super heavy tank started as early as 1941, when Krupp started the studies of superheavy Soviet tanks. In November of 1941, it was specified that the new heavy tank was to have 140mm front and 100mm thick side armor. The vehicle was to be operated by 5 men crew - 3 in the turret and 2 in the hull. This new panzer was to have maximum speed of some 44km/h being powered by 1000hp Daimler-Benz marine engine used in Schnellboot (torpedo boat). The main armament was to be mounted in the turret. The weight was to be up 90 tons. In the early months of 1942, Krupp was ordered to start the process of designing new heavy tank designated PzKpfw VII Löwe (VK7201). Its design was based on previous project by Krupp designated VK7001 (Tiger-Maus) and created in competition with Porsche's designs (including first Maus designs).VK7001 was to be armed with either 150mm Kanone L/37 (or L/40) or 105mm KwK L/70 gun. Lowe was to utilize Tiger II's components in order to simplify the production and service.

    Designers planned to build two variants of this streamlined vehicle with rear mounted turret. Light (leichte) variant would have frontal armor protection of 100mm and it would weight 76 tons. Heavy (schwere) variant would have frontal armor protection of 120mm and it would weight 90 tons. Both variants would be armed with 105mm L/70 gun and coaxial machine gun.It is known that 90ton schwere Löwe was to have its turret mounted centrally and in overall design resembled future Tiger II.Variants of Löwe were both to be operated by the crew of five. It was calculated that their maximum speed would range from 23km/h (schwere) to 27km/h (leichte).

    Adolf Hitler ordered that the design Leichte Löwe was to be dropped in favour of Schwere Löwe. Lion was to be redesigned in order to carry 150mm L/40 or 150mm L/37 ( probably 150mm KwK 44 L/38 ) gun and its frontal armor protection was to be changed to 140mm. In order to improve its performance, 900-1000mm wide tracks were to be used and top speed was to be increased to 30km/h.

    In late 1942, this project was cancelled in favour of the development of the Maus. During the development of Tiger II, designers planned to build redesigned version of Löwe (as suggested by Oberst Fichtner), which would be armed with 88mm KwK L/71 gun and its frontal armor protection would be 140mm (as planned before). Redesigned Löwe would be able to travel at maximum speed of 35km/h and it would weight 90 tons. It was to be powered by Maybach HL 230 P 30, 12-cylinder engine producing 800hp. Löwe would be 7.74 meters long (with the gun), 3.83 meters wide and 3.08 meters high. Löwe would be operated by the crew of five. It was planned that Löwe would eventually replace Tiger II.
    Also it would be fitted with the 128 mm L/60 gun.

    From February to May of 1942, six different designs were considered, all based on the requirements for Löwe. On March 5/6th of 1942, order for heavier tank was placed and project Löwe was stopped in July of 1942. Löwe project never reached the prototype stage but it paved the way for its successor's development - Porsche's Maus.




    Typ: Kampfpanzer
    Gefechtsmasse: 90.000 Kg
    Länge:7.74 m
    Breite:3.84 m
    Höhe:3.08 m
    Motor: 1 Zwölfszylinder-Benzinmotor
    Leistung: 700 PS ( Maybach HL) 1000 hp ( Daimler-Benz)
    Fahrwerk: Kette; 9 Laufrollen - Stützrollen
    Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 25-32 km/h Straße / Gelände: 15 km/h
    Fahrbereich: 160 km Straße / Gelände 80 km/h
    Bewaffnung: eine 12,5 cm Kanone L/60; ein Koaxial MG;
    Munitionsvorrat: Kanone: 22 Schuss, MG 2700 Schuss
    Panzerung: Front 240 mm, Seite 120 mm
    Besatzung: 5 Mann


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    Default Re: Panzer projekte & prototipes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker
    A collection of Paper proyects, "one of a kind" vehicles and others.

    Panzerkampfwagen IX



    Panzerkampfwagen X

    Are you trying to tell us that the Germans designed 2 tanks with similar ground clearance to those great off-road vehicles supplied by Ferrari?
    1884 electric cartridge. Look similar to anything?

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    No, that is only a pic to initiate the topic, those childish pictures were published in the propaganda magazine Signal only to deceive the allies.

    Seems that it work with you ....

    Are you trying to tell us that the Germans designed 2 tanks with similar ground clearance to those great off-road vehicles supplied by Ferrari?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker
    No, that is only a pic to initiate the topic, those childish pictures were published in the propaganda magazine Signal only to deceive the allies.

    Seems that it work with you ....

    Are you trying to tell us that the Germans designed 2 tanks with similar ground clearance to those great off-road vehicles supplied by Ferrari?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarcasm
    1884 electric cartridge. Look similar to anything?

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    Seen a couple but mostly very enlightening images.

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    It looks to me that the Germans looked at bigger is beter when it came to tanks. In tanks it is not always a good thing to build big tanks because it can bite you back in the behind.

    I think speed and mobulaty and also power is your biggest problem.

    Nice info keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man of Stoat
    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker
    No, that is only a pic to initiate the topic, those childish pictures were published in the propaganda magazine Signal only to deceive the allies.

    Seems that it work with you ....

    Are you trying to tell us that the Germans designed 2 tanks with similar ground clearance to those great off-road vehicles supplied by Ferrari?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarcasm
    ....

    It looks to me that the Germans looked at bigger is beter when it came to tanks. In tanks it is not always a good thing to build big tanks because it can bite you back in the behind.

    I think speed and mobulaty and also power is your biggest problem.
    Very true in most cases.

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    The E-series:

    The E-Series program was conceived by Dipl Ing Heinrich Ernst Kniekamp, Chief Engineer of Waffenpruefamt 6 in May of 1942. In April of 1943, Heereswaffenamt (Army Weapons Office) accepted his program and ordered many different manufacturers to start the planning and development of the Entwicklung (project/development) / Einheitsfahrgestell (general purpose chassis) Series. It was designed in order to replace armored vehicles and tanks that were used by the German Army from 1945 onwards. All six basic designs of E-Series would have standardized parts making their production, maintenance and service easier and cheaper


    E-10 (10-25 tons) Height: 1.74 m

    Designed by Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz Magirus AG in Ulm.
    light multipurpose tank,
    light test chassis,
    replacement for PzKpfw 38(t) and conversions built on its chassis,
    redesigned and enlarged chassis of 38(t) designated 38(d) (German),
    armored personnel carrier,
    light/medium Jagdpanzer,
    light/medium waffentragers.

    The E-10 jagdpanzer version armed with the 75mm L/48 Stuk 40.




    MG-42 with shield in the top, I am not sure that it was remote controlled.


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    In October of 1943, prototype of PzKpfw III Ausf N als Schienen-Kettenfahrzeug was tested. Three Ausf Ns (mounted with railway suspension by Sauer Werke of Vienna) were converted to travel by rail at maximum speed of 100km/h. They were to be used to protect the rail network behind the frontlines in East. Only three prototypes were produced but further development of this project was cancelled.



    The gun in this vehicle is a 75mm L24.


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    The heavier jagdpanzer E-25. Designed by Porsche.

    The top small turret use a EW-141 20 mm gun....anti-aircraft maybe ?
    Weight : 25 tons; Hull length: 5.66 m



    Some influence from the Russian SU-series from this angle.


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    Nice, very nice indeed. It does look a bit too small for a crew to man it but who knows. I just wonder what happend to all the strange prototypes after the war.

    Tanks these days does not have a role anymore and there are not any tank VS tank battles anymore.

    Henk


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    The Entwicklung E-50



    Proposed replacement for the Panther, it used about 60% same components as the Pz V and the Schmalturm of Panther Ausf F, with his increased side armour.



    Also it had a improved transmition, one of the weakest item in the Panther and other minor changes in order to ease the production.



    Weight: about 50-55 tons, Engine: 750 hp.
    Even the muzzle brake was deleted in the KWK 75mm L/70 to save raw materials. Side armour 60-65 mm, front armour 100-110 mm.

    Very good looking tank. Check the new 6 faced turret.


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    The turret is quite small but looks like a slim version of the Panther. Great pics. I wonderd if they also did something like this for the King Tiger with its problems?

    Henk


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