M4A1 Sherman Tank

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Author: Diligant1
Block count: 147
Views: 531

This is a heavy tank for sure and with such a cute name, Sherman. Reminds me of a cartoon. But it looks really good, right? And the fact that it was actually used in many different wars makes it even better. It is so well protected, it has a lot of weapons, it is heavy and for a tank the top speed is pretty good actually. So, what are You thinking? If You are ready to own M4A1 aka Sherman then build it and have fun :)
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Green Stained Clay 59
Stone Slab 32
Nether Brick Slab 16
Nether Brick Stairs 12
Anvil 10
Block of Coal 10
Double Nether Brick Slab 4
Dark Oak Fence Gate 3
Stone Button 1
Skill level 1
Object added 26 Sep 2017
Width 5
Height 5
Depth 9
Tags m4a1, sherman, sherman tank, ww2, army
Block Count 147
Object materials
Green Stained Clay 59
Stone Slab 21
Stone Slab (Upper) 11
Nether Brick Slab (Upper) 10
Anvil (South/North) 10
Block of Coal 10
Nether Brick Slab 6
Nether Brick Stairs (South, Upside-down) 4
Nether Brick Stairs (North, Upside-down) 4
Double Nether Brick Slab 4
Dark Oak Fence Gate (Facing West, Closed) 3
Nether Brick Stairs (South, Normal) 2
Nether Brick Stairs (North, Normal) 2
Stone Button (Facing North, Inactive) 1
"After seeni this I just gave up this looks nothing like a Sherman and they were primarily only used by the US in WW2 as far as I know there is only one third world country that still uses them and that is very rarely. So just no" -  Scuba1915
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2020-11-12 06:16:20 Scuba1915

After seeni this I just gave up this looks nothing like a Sherman and they were primarily only used by the US in WW2 as far as I know there is only one third world country that still uses them and that is very rarely. So just no