Oldtimer gallery. Trucks. Tractors. STZ "Komsomolec".

19k WW2 photo of Wehrmacht Komsomolec14k WW2 photo of Komsomolec74k 9 X 1941 battle field photo, GAZ-55, ZiS-5 and Komsomolec, Vjazjma-Moskva, 11 Pz. Div.
T-20 "Komsomolec"

Years of production: 1937 - 1941
Overall production: 7780 units (built by
STZ and GAZ)
Full-track front sprockets drive
45-mm anti-tank gun and personnel carrier (6 seats), partially armoured
Engine: GAZ-AA, 50hp/2800rpm, liquid cooled straight 4-cylinder petrol SV, 3285cc
40k WW2 photo of Wehrmacht Komsomolec towing ZiS-534k WW2 photo of left column: GAZ-AA, S-65, ZiS-5, Komsomolec, GAZ-M112k photo of Komsomolec with 45-mm anti-tank gunBore/Stroke : 98,43/107,95mm
Compression ratio: 4,2 : 1
Length: 3450mm, width: 1859mm,
height: 1580 (cab).
Road clearance: 300mm
? Volt electrics
Carburettor: GAZ-M(?)
Gearbox: 4-speed + back
11k WW2 photo of Komsomolec14k VII 1941 photo of Komsomolec15k WW2 photo of KomsomolecClutch and brake steering
Suspension: leaf spring
Mechanical brakes
Track width: 200mm
Armour: 7...10 mm
7,62-mm "DT" mashine gun in hull front
Weight: 3460kg own + 500kg + crew 8
Maximal speed: 47,5 km/h
11k 1941 photo of Komsomolec72k WW2 photo of Wehrmacht captured Komsomolec62k photo of Komsomolec, Moskva, Poklonnaja Gora museumFuel tank capacity: 115 Ltr. (for 152km
by highway with 2-ton trailer, 250km
without trailer)
Fuel consumption: ? /100km

One of few main artillery transporters in
the Red Army, especially in the first stage of the war.
Many of these vehicle have been captured by German Wehrmacht and used there under designation 'l.gp.Art.S.630(r)'.
54k photo of Komsomolec, Moskva, Poklonnaja Gora museum
Photos and data are from:
Bart Vanderveen "Historic Military Vehicles Directory", An After the Battle publication, 1989;
eBay Deutschland;
Sergei Rjabcev, Moskva.

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Last updated 5 VI 2004. Andrei Bogomolov. Contact Information.