The M41 Walker Bulldog is an American light tank that was designed to replace the M24 Chaffee tank. It was named after General Walton Harris Walker (1889-1950), nicknamed "Bulldog".
Taiwan is the largest user of the M41 Walker Bulldog, with 625 units still in service in 2016. Some estimates speak of 625 M41s, others of 675s. Taiwanese M41s have undergone several modifications over the years to keep them as up-to-date as possible. These upgrades include improved reactive armour-plated guns, new diesel engines, fire control systems, an upgraded M32K1 gun and a new type of ammunition. Taiwan also has 200 M60 and 365 M48 Patton tanks in its arsenal.
Construction in die-cast metal with some plastic components.
Rotating turret, lifting gun and precise hull.
Painted, mounted, immobile tracks on detailed fixed wheels.
Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details.
Pad-printed markings and placards that will not fade or flake like decals.