NEW GLUABLE T54E1 TRACKS - DECALS FOR 4 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET
The M4 Sherman medium tank was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. It was produced in a significant number of units and it formed the backbone of United Stated armored forces. It was produced in several versions. The first version to be produced on a wide scale was the Sherman M4A1, characterized by the rounded edges of the fully cast upper hull. Even the turret had a rounded appearance. However, the most important strength of the tank was its manufacture. The Sherman was reliable, cheap and easy to produce in great numbers. The M4A2 version was similar to the previous one but it was Diesel-powered with General Motors Twin G-41 Engines. At the beginning, the M4A2 was dedicated to supporting the war activities of allied nations such as the Soviet Union and Great Britain. Many of these tanks were also used by the United States Marine Corps. Actively used in the battles for the reconquest of the islands of the Pacific Ocean, they played a fundamental role in the destruction of the powerful fortifications built by the Japanese Army.