The AMX Tracteur C (1939) is a French design for a heavy tank.
In November 1939, the French General Staff agreed on the technical requirements for the next Char de forteresse (Fortress tanks). These vehicles were to be armed with two guns, for fighting different targets. AMX, ARL, and FCM started work on developing their proposals. AMX with their Tracteur C, ARL with their Tracteur C, and FCM with their F1. The design continued on in 1940.
AMX Tracteur C (1939)
Design from 1939.
Design from 1940.
| France |
1919 - 1945
|Combat||Combat Cars||Panhard-Schneider P16 • Citroën-Kégresse P28|
|Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns||12.7mm M16 MGMC • Citroën-Kégresse P4T • Citroën-Kégresse P19|
|Self-Propelled Anti-Tank Guns||75mm M3 GMC|
|Self-Propelled Howitzer||75mm T30 HMC|
|Self-Propelled Mortars||81mm M21 MMC|
|Utility||Bridgelayers||1939 Somua Bridgelayer|
|Transport & Towing||1923 Peugoet-Kégresse • Citroën-Kégresse P17 • M2 Halftrack • M5 Halftrack • M9 Halftrack (A1) • MCL 5 • Unic P107|