Military Museum Of Southern New England - M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer
Bill Maloney

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M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer Specifications:

M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer
Another M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer can be found at the AAF Tank Museum in Danville, VA

Length: 21 feet 10 inches
9 feet 9 inches
8 feet 5 inches
20 tons
Max Speed: 55mph
Range: 150 miles
Armor: .5 " Frontal
Powerplant: Continental R-975 9cyl Radial Engine 400hp
Fuel Capacity: 165 gallons
76mm M1A1 Main Gun
Browning 50cal M2 Machine Gun
Entered Service: 1943
Unit Cost: $

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