The M7 program was the result of a decade long project designed to bring the U.S. back to the forefront of tank design after the stagnant last quarter of the 20th century. In the process, the Americans utilized design techniques pioneered by the Europeans to catch up rapidly. The Roosevelt comes equipped with the latest electronics, sensors, armor, and a potent 140mm main gun designed to punch through any opposing armor. While initially fielded in small numbers owing to its high unit cost, recent tensions between fascist Europe and the Pan-American Commerce and Trade Alliance (PACTA) has ensured increased orders from various American nations.
I apologize in advance for my usual abysmal photos.
So, disgracefully, I never commented on this. This, senor, is one of the best tanks I have seen rendered in Lego ever. Absolutely stunning, as I've told you many times. The turret is absolutely magnificent with all the angles and textures you've got going on. The camo is fantastic as well, along with all the small details you've managed to cram in. Bravo Matt, bravo. Can't wait to see it at BrickFair.