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SU-100Y Self-Propelled Gun

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The SU-100Y was built on the chassis of the T-100 heavy tank which had been deployed in unsuccessful combat trials in Finland. Developed in 1939, the SU-100Y was built in the spring of 1940. It mounted a 130mm model 1-B-13 naval gun and a coaxial 7.62mm DT machine gun. The SU-100Y was tested at the Kubinka Polygon and took part in the defence of Moscow near the main road. The SU-100Y remains preserved at Kubinka today.
The SU-100Y was a large vehicle, measuring 10.9m in length, 3.4 m wide and 3.29m in height. The vehicle could travel at a maximum speed of 32km/hour. The vehicle was powered by an unusual 10 cylinder engine developing 890hp.

Model Id:2765
Manufacture:Factory 185 Kirov, Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg and Novgorod Region, Russia (Design parent - manufactured at nearby Izhorskiye Zavody)

1) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Soviet Vehicles, Kubinka, Russia

Number of Photos: 1
Sample Photo from Album Number 349

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Unique ID: 349
Serial Number:
Other Identification: Collection number 104 painted on left turret side.

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