FRENCH HEAVY TANK ST.CHAMOND early type with iron mask man
The Saint-Chamond was the second French heavy tank of the First World War, with 400 manufactured from April 1917 to July 1918. Born of the commercial rivalry existing with the makers of the Schneider CA1 tank, the Saint-Chamond was an underpowered and fundamentally inadequate design. Its principal weakness was the "caterpillar" tracks. They were much too short in relation to the vehicle's length and heavy weight ( 23 tons ).
1.Detailed static display plastic model
2.All the wheels & track links are movable
3.Reproduce the chassis structure exactly
4.A 1/35 figure included
5.2 types of markings