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Location Category ID: 2345
Address: Prospekt Lenina 3, Chelyabinsk, Russia 454007
Telephone: +7 351 775-17-60
Email: tractor [at] (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times:
Official Website: ChTZ-Uraltrac – Russian
ChTZ-Uraltrac – English
Other Links: Wikipedia
Latitude, Longitude: 55.15545817 , 61.47202492
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: Tanks confirmed built here:
1: SU-152 Assault Gun - Lubuskie Muzeum Wojskowe, Drzonów, Zielonogórski, Lubuskie, Poland (Built March 1943)
2: SU-152 Assault Gun - Lubuskie Muzeum Wojskowe, Drzonów, Zielonogórski, Lubuskie, Poland (Built September 1943)

Models of tank built here:
1: T-72M Tank (Additional manufacturer)
2: KV-1 Tank - Model 1941 (Cast Turret) (Sole manufacturer)
3: KV-1 Tank - Model 1942 (Sole manufacturer)
4: KV-1S Tank (Sole manufacturer)
5: KV-1S-85 Tank (Sole manufacturer)
6: KV-85 Tank (Sole manufacturer)
7: SU-152 Assault Gun (Sole manufacturer March-December 1943)
8: IS-2 Tank - Model 1943 (Sole manufacturer)
9: IS-2 Tank - Model 1944 (Sole manufacturer)
10: IS-2M Tank (Sole manufacturer)
11: ISU-152 Assault Gun (Sole manufacturer December 1943-55)
12: ISU-152K Assault Gun (ISU-152 manufacturer)
13: ISU-152M Assault Gun (Sole manufacturer)
14: ISU-130 Assault Gun (Probable manufacturer)
15: IS-3 Tank (Sole manufacturer)
16: IS-3M Tank (IS-3 manufacturer)
17: ISU-152 M-1945 Assault Gun (Probable manufacturer)
18: IS-4 Tank (Design parent and sole manufacturer)
19: T-10 Tank (Secondary manufacturer)
20: T-10 Tank - T-10M (Secondary manufacturer)
21: Obiekt 770 Tank (Sole manufacturer)

Chelyabinsk Tractor Factory, also known as CTZ-Uraltrac, is a tractor plant in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk. The plant was founded in 1933; the first product was a 60 hp tracked tractor С-60 fueled by petroleum ether. By 1940 the plant had produced 100,000 tractors. During World War II the plant was renamed Chelyabinsk Kirov Narkomtankprom Zavod, and was expanded due to the relocation of factories to the area from western Russia. In 1940 engineers in the Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant began production of Soviet tanks (T-34, SU-152). Due to the rapid establishment of tank construction on a massive scale in 1941, Chelyabinsk gained the nickname Tankograd ('Tank City'). Post World War II conventional tractor production resumed with the С-80 entering serial production in 1946. The plant reverted to its original name of Chelyabinsk Traktornyy Zavod in 1958. (Source: Wikipedia).