The T-64 is a Soviet 2nd generation main battle tank put into service in 1963. It served throughout the Cold War and is one of the most produced modern era MBTs at a total of roughly 13,000 units. Its most modern variants still are in active duty in many armies around the world.
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Long-serving tanks discusses the T-64 (Family) at 02:34 - War Thunder Official Channel
The Shooting Range #161 - Pages of History section at 04:25 discusses Soviet MBT transmissions and their unique construction.
The Shooting Range #88 - Pages of History section at 05:01 discusses the T-64 (Family).