Monday, November 2, 2015

Tanker's Tuesday: Titan Terror Tank Mk IIA

More great work from that diabolical genius Chris ( Not Quite Mechanised) Kemp.

The development history of the “Mammut” super heavy tank built for the Bokassan Navy is short, fictitious and complex: Originally built in 1936 as a failed prototype for a wheel- track convertible super heavy tank by Vickers, the “Jumbo” was taken into service by the Bokassan Navy to provide inland fire support beyond the range of the navy’s two monitors. the Navy hoped that this step-jump in size from the “Titan Terror Tank Mk1” would give it a clear lead against the Army of Dog.

Titan Terror Tank Mk IIA

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