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M4 Sherman . The M4 Sherman, formally Medium Tank, M4, was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. Thousands were also distributed to the Allies, including the British Commonwealth and Soviet armies, via lend-lease. . Front. After months of perfecting, here it is, the M4 Sherman. Left. I finally got to buy all the pieces necessary to build it. Back. I am VERY happy with it. Right. But, a lot is designed by Brickmania, so I can not say it is totally my design. 360! The beautiful wheels. The turret. The hatches open. The body. And the FULL interior! First up I added some shells. The Driver and the gunner sit side-by-side, this is almost impossible with a 10 stud wide tank. Without the loader, gunner, and driver. The engine! The loader, gunner, and driver. Before this I had a prototype(One on the right),I was considering posting it but I never got around to it. As you can see, The new one looks better. Lets play a game, Infantry beets other Infantry... ...Sherman beets Infantry... ...Panther beets Sherman. Various original and updated versions of the Sherman would continue to see combat effectively in many later conflicts, including the Korean War, the Arab-Israeli Wars, and Indo-Pakistani Wars into the late 20th century, against the T-34 and sometimes much more contemporary Soviet tanks. Oh yea, If I ever were to sell this thing, 155$ would be the price. It cost 75 dollars to buy the pieces off PIB, 20$ for the treds, and a little more for the pieces I have to get on Bricklink. Leaving it at about 100$ dollars to make one, and I have to make a profit. Thanks for watching and please comment.


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