Higth Speed Tractor M6

M6 Tractor

CountryUSA
RoleArtillery tractor
ProducedFebruary 1944-August 1945
No. built1,235

The M6 High-Speed Tractor was an artillery tractor used by the US Army during World War II. Manufactured by Allis-Chalmers, it was used to tow heavy artillery pieces, such as the 8-inch Gun M1 and 240 mm howitzer M1. Its G-number was (G-184)

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The M6 High-Speed Tractor was a hefty vehicle used by the US Army in World War II to tow heavy artillery around the battlefield. Built by Allis-Chalmers, it wasn’t exactly a speed demon by modern standards, but its “high speed” designation was meant in comparison to the horse-drawn artillery of the past, not trucks or tanks. Here are some of the key features of the M6 High-Speed Tractor: Massive towing capacity: Weighed in at 38 tons and was designed to tow some of the biggest guns in the US arsenal, like the 8-inch Gun M1 and the 240 mm Howitzer M1. Dual engine power: Packed a punch with two Waukesha 145GZ 6-cylinder gasoline engines, each cranking out 190 horsepower for a total of 380 horsepower. Decent speed: For its time and purpose, the M6 was fairly quick. It could reach up to 21 miles per hour (34 kilometers per hour). Troop transport: In addition to hauling artillery, the M6 could also seat up to 10 passengers in its cabin. Winter warfare ready: The crew compartment could be covered with a sheet to keep the troops warm in harsh winter conditions. Overall, the M6 High-Speed Tractor was a powerful and versatile vehicle that helped the US Army move its big guns around the battlefield during World War II.

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