|Manufacturer||Factory No. 37, Moscow, Russia|
|Primary Role||Artillery Tractor|
Contributor: C. Peter Chen
ww2dbaseThe T-20 Komsomolets armored tractor were designed in 1936 at the Factory No. 37 in Moscow, Russia. They entered production in 1937. During WW2, they were used to tow 45-millimeter anti-tank guns and 120-millimeter heavy mortars. They remained in production until 1941.
Last Major Revision: Sep 2009
|Machinery||One 4-cylinder GAZ-M engine rated at 50hp|
|Armament||1x7.62mm DT machine gun|
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