M48 Patton (Family)
- M48A1 - M48 with petrol engine and flat engine deck.
- ▀M48A2 C - M48 with elevated engine deck, blast deflector in front of loader's hatch and petrol engine in West German service.
- ␗M48A1- as in ROCA service; later upgraded to M48A3 standards in terms of powerplant without redesigning the engine deck as ROCA's "M48A3".
- ▀M48A2 G A2 - M48A2 with a new 105 mm cannon, mantlet and domestic diesel engine.
- ▀M48 Super - Proposed German overhaul upgrades on M48 in firepower, protection and mobility.
- ␗CM11 - AKA M48H; ROCA's hybrid version with the M60A1's hull and M48A3's turret upgraded to the M1 Abrams' FCS.
- Magach 3 - M48A1/2/3 with firepower and mobility upgrades.
- Magach 3 (ERA) - Magach 3 with Blazer ERA.
- Magach 3 (ERA) (USA) - Previously a premium pack in US tech tree.
- Magach 5 - M48A5 with Blazar ERA.
- T54E1 - Experimental tank with a 120 mm autoloaded gun and a new turret.
- M247 - Known as "Sergeant York"; proposed SPAAG with twin 40 mm guns and radar system, ditched due to budget issues.
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