We can offer you this amazing ISU-152 build in May 1944 by the Soviet Union’s renowned heavy machinery manufacturer, Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant.
The ISU-152 was built like a fortress. Its robust armor could withstand enemy fire, making it a formidable adversary in head-to-head combat. Whether you were facing down enemy tanks or fortified positions, this tank was built to endure the most challenging conditions on the battlefield.
Built by Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant:
This tank was a testament to the engineering prowess of the Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant, a company renowned for producing heavy machinery. The ISU-152 was a masterpiece of their craftsmanship and innovation.
The ISU-152 was equipped with armor that ranged from 90mm to 160mm in thickness, providing exceptional protection against enemy fire. Its sloped design enhanced its defensive capabilities, making it a formidable opponent on the battlefield.
Engine and Mobility:
Powered by a V-2-IS 520 horsepower engine, the ISU-152 could reach a top speed of 37 kilometers per hour on roads. Its powerful engine allowed it to traverse challenging terrains, including mud, snow, and rough terrain.
The crowning glory of the ISU-152 was its BL-10 cannon, a 152mm gun known for its incredible firepower. With a maximum firing range of approximately 13 kilometers, this cannon could penetrate almost any enemy armor and reduce fortifications to rubble.
The tank was operated by a crew of five: a commander, a gunner, a loader, a driver, and a machine gunner. The synergy between the crew members was essential for the ISU-152’s effectiveness in combat.
The ISU-152 was developed in response to the escalating need for heavy tank destroyers during World War II. The Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant, a renowned Soviet industrial powerhouse, was tasked with creating a tank destroyer that could counter the formidable German Tiger and Panther tanks.
The older brother, the SU-152, production line seized building the KV-1 hulls, which were used for the SU-152. There for, there was a need for a new Heave tank destroyed, base on the IS hulls.
Designed by engineer Joseph Kotin, the ISU-152 was born from the IS tank family, known for its versatility and adaptability. The ISU-152 was specifically tailored for long-range, heavy assault missions, and it lived up to its reputation on the Eastern Front.
This ISU-152 was rebuild in the 1950’s by the soviets to the ISU-152K, with extra storage boxes on the side of the tank. After the fall apart of the soviet union, the Ukraine army used this ISU for a certain amount of time till the 90’s.
We can offer you this unique piece of history , arrange transport and arrange export + import papers. Viewing the tank in person is not possible at the moment during some reasons.
The gun is deactivated with a cut inside the breech.
The tank is registered on license, so export and import papers will be arranged.
The tank is not running, but will be delivered with a rebuild engine which runs.
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