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KV-2 (early mod) Russian heavy tank WWII 1/35 Ark Models 35022

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KV-2 Kliment Voroshilov (early mod.) Russian heavy tank
1/35 WWII vehicle scale plastic model kit
Ark Models 35022

Manufacturer: Ark Models (Russia)
Scale: 1/35
Material: Plastic
Unpainted, Unassembled, Kit do not contain paints and glue.
Condition: New in Box

The Kliment Voroshilov (KV) tanks were a series of Soviet heavy tanks, named after the Soviet defense commissar and politician Kliment Voroshilov. The KV series were known for their extremely heavy armour protection, which was capable of resisting all German anti-tank weapons up to 75 mm and 88 mm calibre, both of which were comparatively rare at the time of the initial German invasion of the Soviet Union in World War II.


  • KV-2 (334) – A heavy assault tank with the M-10 152 mm howitzer, the KV-2 was produced at the same time as the KV-1. Due to the size of its heavy turret and gun, the KV-2 was slower and had a much higher profile than the KV-1. The extra weight also increased the breakdown rate of the vehicle and production was soon halted. The original KV-2 was built on the chassis of the KV-1, while the improved KV-2B was built on that of the KV-1 M1940.
    • (Sturm)Panzerkampfwagen KV-II 754(r) - KV-2 in German service.
  • KV-8 (42) – A KV-1 fitted with the ATO-41 flame-thrower in the turret, beside a machine gun. In order to accommodate the new weapon, the main gun was restricted to a smaller 45 mm Gun M1932, though it was disguised to look like the standard 76 mm.
  • KV-8S (25) – A KV-1S with the coaxial turret machine gun replaced by an ATO-41 flame-thrower, and the main gun restricted to a 45 mm.
  • KV-14 – Prototype designation for a 152 mm self-propelled gun, accepted for service as the SU-152.


Kliment Voroshilov 2
The KV-2 was a large target for German tanks.
Type Heavy tank
Place of origin  Soviet Union
Service history
In service 1939–45
Used by Soviet Union
Wars World War II
Production history
Designer Zh. Kotin, TsKB-2
Designed 1938–39
Manufacturer Kirov Factory, ChTZ
Produced 1939–43
Number built about 255
Variants KV-1, KV-8 flamethrower, KV-85
Weight 53.1 tonnes
Length 6.79 m
Width 3.32 m
Height 3.65 m
Crew 6

Elevation 37°(about)

Armour 110mm
152mm howitzer
DT machine guns
Engine 12-cyl. diesel model V-2k
Power/weight 10 hp/tonne
Suspension Torsion bar
140 km
Speed 25.6 km/h

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