Guns? Who needs guns when you've got the buisness end of a Mig jet engine mounted on your tank's turret? That'll show those land mines who's boss. Our friends at Oobject have assembled 12 of the oddest armored vehicles to ever grace the battlefield.
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Designed in 1940, it comprised a glider and lightweight T-60 tank with its unlocked tracks as landing gear.
Clearly the design inspiration here is from a steam tractor.
Only one prototype was made of this ludicrously over-designed vehicle.
A bizarre tricycle tank design from 1915
Looking at the inscription on the front, the Besta seems to have been a sort of armored track layer.
This is an interesting example of an evolutionary design dead end. In the development of big guns on wheels this looks more like a cannon than a vehicle.
A Russian tank with a Mig jet engine mounted on it, to clear mines by blasting them with heat.
A semi-aquatic concept tank.
Experimental conversion, 1934