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Call MZKT Tank Transporter 1/87 Scale Plastic Model Kit ZZ Modell 87204

Theme: Military

Era : 1980-1999

Scale : 1/87

Material : Plastic

Series: Military Transport

Recommended Age Range: 12 Years & Up

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MZKT-7930 is a family of special wheeled chassis and 8×8 tractors in the class with a load capacity of 17.8 to 25 tons.
Chassis MZKT-7930 in Minsk near the manufacturer
MZKT-7930 and its modifications are produced by the Minsk Wheel Tractor Plant (Belarus). Includes mass-produced modifications of the chassis: MZKT-7930, MZKT-7930-300 and MZKT-79306, as well as the MZKT-7415 truck tractor. On the basis of modifications of the MZKT-7930, weapons and military equipment complexes are located: OTRK "Iskander", BRK "Bal", BRK "Bastion", BRK "Club-M", BSAU A-222 "Bereg", MLRS "Hurricane-1M", MLRS "Polonaise", as well as coastal surface and air reconnaissance complex "Monolith-B", antenna posts of the S-400 "Triumph" air defense system, support vehicles for the Topol-M missile defense system (combat duty - 15V240M, engineering support and camouflage - 15M69 ), heavy mechanized bridge TMM-6, etc. The first prototype of the S-500 "Prometheus" air defense system was mounted on the MZKT-7930 chassis
On December 15, 1989, the Ministry of Defense of the USSR, on the basis of the Decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR of June 24, 1987, opened the experimental design work (R&D) "Astrolog", within which SKB-1 of the Minsk Automobile Plant (MAZ) was tasked with creating a chassis with a carrying capacity 22 tons and a tractor in order to replace obsolete special wheeled chassis and tractors (SKSHT) of the MAZ-543 and MAZ-7911 Oplot.
The technical project was developed and approved by 1991, in 1991-1992 a prototype model MAZ-79301 was manufactured and tested, already within the framework of the Minsk Wheel Tractor Plant (MZKT), which was removed from the BelavtoMAZ software on February 7, 1991 ".
At the same time, the Yaroslavl Motor Plant (YaMZ) developed a family of automotive-type engines (including the YaMZ-846 with a power of 500 hp for an 8 × 8 chassis), which were supposed to replace the tank engines previously used in the SKSHT. In 1991, YaMZ began manufacturing the first prototypes of these engines.