Tank restorer Greg Taylor attempts to rebuild a Soviet infantry fighting vehicle with limited time and resources.
The British-designed Centurion is so adaptable that armies in South Africa and Israel are still using it.
Joe Garbarino restores an M-24 Chaffee, a World War II light tank; the Battle of Dien Bien Phu leads to the end of French rule in Indochina.
Despite its large size and firepower, the WWII tank known as the Elefant could be easily disabled by a simple Molotov cocktail.
Tank restoration workers in Tooele, Utah, plan to surprise a local veteran by rebuilding an M18 Hellcat.
The American M4 Sherman is the best known, most widely used tank of World War II.
Jacques Littlefield's team works to restore a severely damaged Panther tank pulled from the bottom of a river in Poland.
The team rescues a 1945 Comet tank from an Army firing range and works to restore it to working order for Tank Fest 2006.