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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
Object 730 (better known as the T-10) began its life as the IS-5, an initial effort to correct all the annoying little shortcomings of the IS-3, such as the abysmal 3 degrees of gun depression and every other issue one would expect to find in such a cramped tank, as well as the multiple mechanical failures that the IS-3 tended to suffer from. In short, the IS-5 was to the IS-3 what the KV-220 was to the KV-1. However, the project was postponed until the development (and subsequent rejection) of the IS-6 and IS-7, eventually being revived as the IS-8, and undergoing a few more design changes before Object 730 was finally released for production as the IS-10. This model is a little different from my T-10 model, possessing a different engine deck, slightly different drive sprocket, and no bow splash guard or lamps attached to the gun or commander's cuppola. Functionally, however, it's the exact same vehicle.
Ordering the small variant will give you a single tank.
Ordering the medium variant will give you two tanks.
Ordering the large variant will give you five tanks.