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SU-76 (SU-12)
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Actually thats SU 85B Tank Destroyer.

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The SU-85B (GAZ-74b) was a prototype development of the SU-76. It never got beyond testing because it was more expensive than the SU-76M and it's long 76mm gun was not that much better.

This is definitely the SU-12/SU-76. The GAZ-74b had a much wider superstructure than this.

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At the start of the war, the Red Army could call on only a handful of self-propelled guns for infantry support and tank destroying. In late 1942, orders were given for a light self-propelled gun armed with the 76.2 mm Divisional Gun ZiS-3. The winning design was Factory 38's SU-12. This used a lengthened version of the T-70's hull, fitted with an enclosed or canvas roofed case-mate at the rear.

The SU-76 had the same twin engine setup as the early T-70, and the problems this caused were severe enough that production was halted after just 350 had been made.

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