The T-60 ZiS-19 is an unofficial name for a Soviet prototype light tank developed from the T-60.
Zavod 92 was tasked with the production the the ZiS-19 prototype by January 15th, 1942, with a completed tank expected for trials to be ready on February 1st. Zavod 92 completed working blueprints from December 20, 1941 through January 19th, 1942. The prototype was constructed from January 12th - 19th. The ZiS-19 was mounted in the turret on January 19th, and a completed turret arrived on January 27. The blueprints of the ZiS-19, including a list of parts and its characteristics were sent to GAZ on January 14th.
The ZiS-19 was installed with minimal changes to the tank. Only a few changes were needed, none of which were difficult. The seat was shifted to the left, the gun was installed in a modified gun mount, and a new gun mantlet was created. The gun took up less space compared to the 20-K and the TNSh.
Development was then moved to the T-60-2 (?).
See the standard T-60 page for all variants.
- T-60-2 — Object 0-62
- Spring 1942 model. A new turret with the 45mm ZiS-19BM was fitted. Cancelled in favour of the T-70.
| Soviet Land Vehicles |
1919 - 1945
|Combat||Armoured Cars||BA-30 • BA-64Z|
|SPAA||M15A1 CGMC • ZiS-42 • ZSU-17|
|SPATG||GAZ-TK • SU-57 • ZiS-41|
|Utility||Transport||Autocar 2½-ton Halftrack • B-3 • GAZ-60 • M2 Halftrack • M5 Halftrack • NATI-3 • ZiS-22 • ZiS-33 • ZiS-35Sh • ZiS-42 • ZiS-42M|
|Combat||Armoured Cars||BA-I • BA-3 • BA-5 • BA-6 (M) • BA-9 • BA-10 (M) • BA-11 (D) • BA-20 • BA-21 • BA-27 (M) • BA-64 • BA-NATI • BAD • BAD-2 • D-8 • D-12 • D-13 • FA-2 • FAI (M) • GAZ-TK • PB-4 • PB-7 • LB-23 • LB-62|
|Railroad Armoured Cars||BA-6 ZhD • BA-10 ZhD (M) • BA-20 ZhD • BA-64 ZhD • BAD-2 ZhD • FAI ZhD|
|SPAA||94-KM SPAAG • Chevrolet G7107 SPAAG • GAZ-AAA SPAAG|
|SPATG||KSP-76 • SD-57 (N) • ZiS-31|
|SPH||SU-1-12 • SU-12|
|Trailers||KP-42 • KP-43|