Here are A7V tank paper models from landships. There are 5 versions for this tank papercraft. The A7V was a tank introduced by Germany in 1918, near the end of World War I. One hundred vehicles were ordered during the spring of 1918, but only 20 were delivered. It was nicknamed "The Moving Fortress" by the British because of the shape of the hull. They were used in action from March to October of that year, and were the only tanks produced by Germany in World War I to be used in operations.
The first one is the A7V #501 "Gretchen" - The only "female" (all machine gun) A7V, later fitted with a gun. Armed only with machine guns until fitted with 57-mm cannon in late 1918. Scrapped by the Allies in 1919. You can download this version from here: A7V #501 "Gretchen" paper model download [Mirror]
The second one is the A7V #503 "Faust". #503 was also named Kronprinz Wilhelm, Wilhelm, Heiland. Possibly named König Wilhelm at one point. Scrapped by Germans in October 1918.
The third is the A7V #505 "Baden I". #505 also named Prinz August Wilhelm, August Wilhelm. Scrapped by the Allies in 1919.
The 4th is the A7V #561 "Nixe". Disabled, destroyed on battlefield by Germans, 24 April 1918.