Tatra vz.30 Armoured Car (x3)
includes three Tatra vz.30 Armoured Cars & three Commander figures.
The Romanian armoured car arsenal was made up entirely of captured vehicles. This included Nine a Czechoslovak-designed Tatra vz.30 armoured cars, which were acquired in 1939 with a Czech unit sought refuge after the German Invasion.
The Tatra vz.30's armoured body was mounted on a 6 x 4 truck chassis, which had good cross-country performance. The driver sat on the right side, using an armoured observation slit. The assistant driver sat on the left, and operated the Zbrojovka Brno vz.26 light machine gun. The gunner operated a second ZB vz.26 machine gun, set in a ball mount sat in the small turret.
The Tatra vz.30 Armoured Car in Flames Of War
Armour Front: 0
Armour Side: 0
Armour Top: 0
MG, Hull MG
The Tatra vz.30's armour was no more than 6mm/¼” thick; this was deemed to be bulletproof, although only barely.
Its 32-horsepower 4-cylinder engine gave the vz.30 a top speed of 60km (37 miles) per hour.
Crew access to the fighting compartment was through a door in the rear of the vehicle.
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