The ZIS 6 BZ-35 Tanker Truck 1944 was a short-ranged, short-bodied, all-terrain vehicle produced by the Soviet Union during World War II. It was derived from the ZIS 5 Trucks, in which the cab and tray were swapped from the ZIS 5 chassis to create a purpose-built tanker truck. This allowed for a larger capacity for carrying fuel, oil, or other hazardous liquids safely and effectively. The ZIS 6 BZ-35 had a short wheelbase of 110 inches and a modest engine power—only 27-36 horsepower—which allowed it to tackle mild terrain while delivering goods across the countryside. One of the defining characteristics of the tank was its tall and narrow body, made of alloyed sheets of steel and having a total weight of 3720 pounds or less. Its fuel tank held between 80 and 90 gallons of fuel, allowing for a range of up to 200 miles for each fill-up. The tires were inflatable rubber with a tread pattern designed to provide traction in rough terrain. The ZIS 6 BZ-35 had a cab with two seats, an open compartment behind the cab for carrying supplies, and a storage bin on the left side of the vehicle. The driver's cab was equipped with hand rails, a windshield wipers, a heater and other necessary items. Additionally, the tank also had a small storage box, and a gun ring mount that could be used for mounting a light machine gun. In conclusion, the ZIS 6 BZ-35 Tanker Truck 1944 was a versatile, utilitarian and lightweight vehicle designed for short range transportation of hazardous liquids. It featured a high carrying capacity, adequate traction in slippery terrain, and a cab with two seats for transporting personnel, making it an ideal choice for fuel delivery in World War II.
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