Designed in 1917 and built beginning in 1921, the Char 2C was the largest tank to enter production and thus onto the field of battle. A total of ten were built and were named after the ancient regions of France. All were destroyed by the Germans in the Battle of France, except for the one named Champagne. It was taken to Berlin, and it is assumed that it was scrapped. A tank legendary for its size and advancements in tank development, it deserved a model.
I included the hull with and without a trench crossing trail.
Test print coming soon, print settings will be set soon.