|Place of origin||United States|
|In service||prototype only|
|Used by||United States of America|
|Manufacturer||James Cunningham, Son & Company (Rochester, NY)|
|Produced||Prototype only 1926|
|Variants||T1E1, T1E2, T1E3, T1E4, T1E5, T1E6 and others.|
|Weight||7.5 tonnes (Script error long tons;Script error short tons)|
|Armor||.2 inches (Script error mm) to .275 inches (Script error mm)|
|Main: 37 mm Secondary: .30 cal|
|Engine|| Cunningham V8|
105 hp (Script error kW)
|Speed||20 miles per hour (Script error km/h)|
The term T1 Cunningham refers either to the initial T1 tank design circa 1925, or the variants thereof. The T1 Cunningham was designed in 1925; and the prototype built in 1926 ("T1 Tank, Light, MG."). The weight of the T1 was 7.5 tons and it could manage 20mph using it's Cunningham V8 105hp engine ("T1 Tank, Light, MG."). The T1's main armament was a 37mm gun in a rear-mounted turret with a supporting coaxial 30cal machine gun; and the vehicles armour was approximately .2 to .275 inches in thickness ("T1 Tank, Light, MG.").
Prototype converted to a Cargo Carrier ("T1 Tank, Light, MG.").
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2. "T1 SERIES OF EXPERIMENTAL LIGHT TANKS." JED. N.p., 30 Jun 2011. Web. 16 Jul 2013. <http://www.jedsite.info/tanks-tango/tango-numbers-us/t1light_series/t1light-series.html>.