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SU-100 Tank Destroyer



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The SU-100 was introduced into service with the Red Army in 1944. Armed with a 100mm D-10S gun, developed from a naval gun, the SU-100 used a redesigned SU-85 casemate hull reconfigured to accept the new weapon. Because of the space taken up by the main armament, the commander was provided with a cupola which projected from the right side of the superstructure. The SU-100 was a very successful tank-killer, capable of despatching any German heavy tank at medium ranges. It remained in production until 1953 and served with the Soviet Army into the 1970's. The SU-100 underwent several post-war upgrades in line with those carried out on the T-34-85, leading to the Western (and entirely ficticious) designation SU-100M for post-war models fitted with a large stowage box mounted on the track guard in front of the commander’s cupola and with minor mechanical improvements. The Russian Army never made any model distinction when the post-war model was introduced, using rather a manufacture year suffix to designate all SU-100’s. The later model with the side stowage box appeared as early as 1946. In 1961 the SU-100 was modified with the installation of an uprated engine, IR driving lights, an oil pump box on the superstructure side behind the commander's cupola and the fitment of "starfish" road wheels. Most SU-100's in museums today have been upgraded before being retired.

Model Id:
2430
Manufacture:Uralmash Zavod (UZTM), Ekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Ekaterinburg and Surrounding Regions, Russia (Manufacturer)


1) Muzeum Broni Pancernej, Centrum Szkolenia Wojsk Lądowych, Poland

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Sample Photo from Album Number 427

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Unique ID: 427
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on superstructure sides.

This SU-100 is located within the museum building, with a display of its ammunition complement located in front of the vehicle.

2) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Soviet Vehicles, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 452

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Unique ID: 452
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Other Identification: Collection number 204 painted on left superstructure side.

3) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Reserve Collection, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 598

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Unique ID: 598
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Other Identification: Number “204” and Guards insignia on superstructure sides.

4) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Reserve Collection, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 623

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5) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Reserve Collection, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 629

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Unique ID: 629
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Other Identification: Number “040” and Guards insignia on superstructure sides.

6) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Reserve Collection, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 631

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Unique ID: 631
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Other Identification: Red star marking.

7) U.S. Army Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen Proving Ground, USA

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Sample Photo from Album Number 680

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Unique ID: 680
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8) U.S. Army Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen Proving Ground, USA

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Sample Photo from Album Number 681

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Unique ID: 681
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9) Museé Des Blindés, Saumur, France

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Sample Photo from Album Number 893

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Unique ID: 893
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Other Identification: Red star markings painted on superstructure sides.

10) BWB Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung, Koblenz, Germany

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Sample Photo from Album Number 1034

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Unique ID: 1034
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This SU-100 was acquired, in a poor rusty condition, from the waste ground storage area at the Saumur Armour Museum, France, during 1984/5. It is believed that it may now be in storage at Erprobungstelle 51 at Meppen.

11) Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Britain

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Sample Photo from Album Number 1109

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12) Uralmash Zavod (UZTM), Ekaterinburg, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 1587

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13) Staman International Trading, Nijverdal, The Netherlands

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Sample Photo from Album Number 1823

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Unique ID: 1823
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Other Identification: “114” painted on superstructure sides. “ИМЕНИ ЖООП” (“Name Zoop”, presumably a reference to Joop) painted on superstructure front.

14) Snegiri Museum of Military History, Lenino, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 2364

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15) Poklonnaya Gora Victory Park, Moscow, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 2401

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Unique ID: 2401
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16) Poklonnaya Gora Victory Park, Moscow, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 2402

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Unique ID: 2402
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Other Identification: “212” previously painted on superstructure sides.

Czech Manufacture



Model Id:
2435
Manufacture:Czech Republic (ca 1950s)


17) The Tank Museum - Public Areas, Bovington, Britain

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Sample Photo from Album Number 1970

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Unique ID: 1970
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Other Identification: “٣” (3) painted on superstructure front. White crescent on black circle markings on superstructure front and sides. Painted overall sand.