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|Place of origin||United States|
|In service||prototype only|
|Used by||United States of America|
|Manufacturer||James Cunningham, Son & Company (Rochester, NY)|
|Produced||Prototypes only 1927|
|Weight||15,000 pounds (Script error kg)|
|Length||12.8 feet (Script error m)|
|Width||52 inches (Script error mm)|
|Height||7.2 feet (Script error m)|
|Main: 37 mm|
|Engine|| Cunningham V8 442-cubic-inch 110hp|
110 hp (Script error kW)
The T1E1 light tank was a variant of the T1 Cunningham; 4 prototypes were built in 1927. The T1E1 utilized a Cunningham V8 442-cubic-inch 110hp engine and a Cott spur gear transmission ("T1E1 tank, light, 37mm."). The weight of the T1E1 was 15,000-pounds ("T1E1 tank, light, 37mm."). The T1E1 light tank utilized a 37mm gun as it's main armament; and had between 1/4" and 3/8" of armour.
1. "T1E1 tank, light, 37mm." JED. N.p., 30 Jun 2013. Web. 31 Jul 2013. <http://www.jedsite.info/tanks-tango/tango-numbers-us/t1light_series/t1e1/t1e1.html>.