Originally modelled in cinema4D. Detailed enough for close-up renders.
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The Sherman M-50 and the Sherman M-51, both known abroad as the Super Sherman, were modified versions of the American M4 Sherman tank that served with the Israel Defense Forces from the mid-1950s to early 1980s. The M-51 was also referred to as the Isherman (i.e. Israeli Sherman). This powerful Sherman saw combat in the Six-Day War in 1967 as well as in the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Both Sherman M-50 and M-51, are often referred as the Super Sherman which were the modified versions of the American M4 Sherman tank, that served the Israel Defense Forces till 1980s. Arriving in 1965, the M51 Super Sherman was an Israeli combination of a Sherman M4A1 and the French 105 mm Model F1 cannon. The M51 Isherman was developed in direct response to the ever growing number of IS-3 and SU-100 in the arsenals of the Arab nations. It was the French that first came to the aid of the Israelis in the form of the CN-105-F1 gun. The barrel length of the gun was reduced from 56 caliber to 44 and equipped with a muzzle brake; ammunition was altered to use a smaller cartridge. T-54/55s and T-34s.
Total weight, battle ready: 35 Tons (26000 lbs)
Propulsion: Cummins V-8 460 horsepower diesel
Top Speed: 40 kph (25mph)
Main Armament: 105 mm cannon
Powered by a Cummins 460hp diesel engine, the M51 also included modifications to steering, transmission and exhaust systems. Ammunition stowage was also adapted for the D1504 gun which was mounted in newly designed gun mantlet. Other design features included 95mm smoke dischargers fitted to the side of the turret and a new turret bustle. These modifications pushed the overall weight from the original 39 tons to 46 tons; this gave the M51 a top speed of 45kmph and an operation range of 270 kilometres.
The M51 Super Sherman includes a fully functioning suspension, four opening crew hatches, rotating turret, and BrickArms® M2HB and .30 Caliber Ball Mount Short. Also featured is a custom 3D printed 105 mm barrel and muzzle brake for an unmatched true-to-life detail.
At FlatPyramid M51 Super Sherman 3D Model was made for architectural visualizations and animations use. Originally modeled in c4d format, that is ONLY animated. Models are created accurately in real units of measurement, according to the original dimensions in several formats. We are happy to serve you in 3D Model and hope they will be of useful to you.