Imaginary WWI "Trench Destroyer" from Gernsback's Electrical Experimenter

From the last days of WWI, Paleofuture brings us this illustration for a "trench destroyer" that graced the Feb, 1917 cover of Hugo Gernsback's The Electrical Experimenter: "The design of this mobile dreadnaught, with its steel-tired, spoked wheels, suggests that its inventor may have been influenced by agricultural tractors or perhaps an amusement park Ferris wheel. The trench destroyer also embodies the common goal of military visionaries: maximum offensive power with total defensive security." (This description is from Yesterday's Tomorrows: Past Visions of the American Future, by Corn and Horrigan).

The Trench Destroyer (1917)