I ended up deciding to assemble two different versions of this tank, four with a longer gun and two with a multibarreled gun.
However, while these models came out looking alright, these were a serious pain in the back side to assemble. The top and bottoms of the chassis have a 'peg and hole' set that should mark correct assembly, but if you use these pegs and holes the only way they fit together then the side plates of the tanks will not fit into place. The side plates must have both ends road/drive wheels trimmed down in order to allow the upper and lower chassis pieces to fit together. All of the pieces have HUGE sprue pegs that have to be cut off to assemble and when small parts are combined with huge sprue and an exacto blade you get a dangerous situation. I did not bleed for my hobby in this case, but came close a couple of times. I was not satisfied with these models build, but they will look alright on the table.
So there you are, forewarned is fore armed.