U.S. M2A1 Half-track Car
The M2 series of half-tracks were intended as armoured gun tractors, combat and recce vehicles. M2 production started in May 1941 and 11415 had been built when it was switched to the M2A1 in September 1943. 1643 had been built when production ended in March 1944 and a further...
Sd. Kfz 250/1 'Alte'
Designed to carry a half-squad for recce missions, the Sd.Kfz.259 entered service in June 1941. Large numbers were built and saw service on all fronts throughout the war. Also used as the base vehicle for a number of special purpose variants available in the CLASSIC...
Sd.Kfz. 253 Artillery Command APC
Half-track forward observation vehicle attached to Stug batteries for reconnaissance and observation of fire. Served from the 1940 French campaign until the end of the war.
Sd.Kfz.250/9 Recce Vehicle
Designed to replace the Sd.Kfz.222 light scout vehicle, the Sd.Kfz.250/9 was introduced in 1943. It mounted the 222 turret on the half-track Sd.Kfz.250 chassis in an attempt to improve cross-country performance, particularly in the mud of the Eastern Front.
le. Artillerieschlepper UNIC P-107
Between the wars, France was one of the leading countries in the development of half-track vehicles. Manufacture of the UNIC P-107 started in November 1938 and 3276 had been produced before the fall of France. A lot of these ended up in Wehrmacht service where they were...
UNIC P-107 Pak Tractor U.304(f)
A large number of the UNIC P-107 half-track light artillery tractors were taken into German service after the fall of France. Some were used in their original configuration, whilst others were modified for new roles. This vehicle was used as a tractor for the 37mm, 5cm or 7.5...
Sd.Kfz.250/10 le SPW with 3.7cm Pak
The Sd.Kfz.250/10 mounted the 3.7cm Pak in place of the forward mg. It was intended to provide some fire-support for recce. troops and initially the gun was protected by the same shield as on the field carriage. This gave the vehicle a very high silhouette and was...
Sd.Kfz.10 Light Gun Tractor
The Sd.Kfz.10 light tractor was capable of towing a one-tonne load. It entered service in 1938 and over 25,000 had been built when production ceased in 1944. It had seating for 9 men and was principally used as the tractor for the 3.7, 5 and 7.5cm ant-tank...
Sd.Kfz 252 Ammunition Carrier
Developed to re-supply stug batteries, the Sd.Kfz 252 was the second of the '250' family into production, following the Sd.Kfz 253 Artillery Observation vehicle.
The initial production batch of 30 vehicles was completed by August 1940 and a total of 413 had been built by the time production...
UNIC P-107 with 2cm Flak 38
Manufacture of the UNIC P-107 half-track light artillery tractor began in November 1938 and over 3000 had been produced up to the fall of France. A large proportion of these ended up in Wehrmacht service, where they were collectively known as Leichter Zugkraftwagen U 304(f)
Some were used in their...