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As the last of the developmental limited production series of Panzer IIs, the Ausf.c came very close to matching the mass production configuration, with a major change to the suspension with the replacement of the six small road wheels with five larger (550mm) independently sprung road wheels and an additional return roller bringing that total to four. The tracks were further modified and the fenders widened. Total length was increased to 4.81 m and width to 2.22 m, while height was still about 1.99 m. At least 25 of this model were produced from March through July 1937.

StatisticsEdit

Number Built: 75

Hull Armor:

  • Front: 14.5mm
  • Sides: 14.5mm
  • Rear: 10-14.5mm
  • Top: 10-12mm
  • Bottom: 5mm

Turret Armor:

  • Front: 14.5mm
  • Mantlet: 16mm
  • Sides: 14.5mm
  • Rear: 14.5mm
  • Top: 10mm

Weight: 19,621 lbs (8,900 kgs) ~9.81 tons

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Engine: Maybach HL 62 TR (140hp, Gasoline, 6.2 liter, Water-Cooled, 6 Cylinder)

Top speed: 24.9 mph (40 kph)

Primary Weapon: 2cm KwK 30 L/55 with 180 rounds

Secondary Weapon: 7.92mm MG 34 with 1,425-2,100 rounds

Radio:

Crew: 3

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