Yugoslav Teski tank Vozilo A is correct. Post-war reverse-engineered T-34 with a few differences.
If not, Breda 61?
They are both in essence copies of the Sd.Kfz 7, a vehicle so successful it found itself in use with allied armies post war.
EDIT: Upon checking wiki, the Czechs interestingly used the 7's for many years post war. They also copied the 251 halftracks.
Last edited by Darkhorse; August 05, 2012 at 07:40 PM.
Hmm, the wheel guards would suggest a variant of the sd. kfz 250/251 series, and not the other ones[linear shape instead of a curved shape]. Yet, the front part of chassis[where the engine is] would suggest a sd. kfz 7 or 8[rectangular shape instead of sloped].
So far, my search has reached a temporary dead-end.
Nevermind, I found out what it is. However, I'll wait a few hours before telling. Darkhorse's second suggestion/answer is what led me to it.
Hmm, it seems no one is replying. Alright. I'll go:
That vehicle is: Semicingolato Fiat 727
"Fiat's 1941 venture into the world of half-tracks. After consulting with German firms it was decided to attempt this model. The prototype appeared in June 1943 with manufactured delivery to be early 1944. The weight was 3 tons with a top speed of 53kph." 
Also, Sorry for the Double post!
Austrian vehicle noted for its superb off road mobility. Heavily used by SS units on the Eastern Front.
It has two front ends.
I see your Jagdpanzer, and raise you an Achilles
What the hell is the thing on the side?
Antenna I guess.
Hmmm, interesting. So big antenna and big wheels, or a really small chassis? 1 man vehicle, due to there not being a door on the photographed side?
I didn't think R/C at all. That didn't even cross my mind, even with the big ass antenna!
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