The Polish 10TP Wheel and Track Fast Tank was Poland’s contribution to the Christie Tank technology legacy. It retained the same capability to run on both road wheels or tracks. When running on road wheels, the front pair steered the vehicle and the pair behind this were retracted from the ground. Development had started in 1933 and by the time Germany had invaded Poland, the vehicle was still at the prototype stage.
Armament: x1 37mm Main Gun & x2 7.92mm MG
Armour: 20mm steel (frontal)
Dimensions: Length 5.73m / Width 2.33m / Height 2.58m
Weight: 13 tonne
Engine: 210bhp Mitsubishi V-12 petrol
Top Road Speed: 50km/h (tracks) or 74km/h (wheels)
Operational Range: Unknown