Snow, Is & COLD. How will the 240lb Tank Destroyer do in its first "real test"? Through the snow, and up the steepest hill I have around me.. will this big beast power its way up, or fail and catch on fire?
This is an "Elefant", made by a company named Armortek, in England. I built this kit with my friends. We filmed it here: I did not want the "classic" historic WW2 tank destroyer, hellere – bring it into this century as a Policed State Intimidator.. but first, I must test the power of the motors.. and the batteries… and have a little fun!
This machine runs on 24v, (Dual 12's in series) and has a run time of about 20 minutes.. It is all aluminum, and quite a work of art to see in person.
My cannon does not shoot anything.. I just completed this build, and at the moment do not have a plan for any projectiles.. MEN, this doesn't mean never! I live in Canada, so a firearm will not happen, but a Tank Definitely NEEDS TO SHOOT! For now, it will have to be CGI..
The truck you see in the video is a 1948 Ford F135 Dually..
If you are interested in checking out this Tank Destroer model, or other models of tanks that are made.. check them out at the famous website
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