• Jim Webster created the group Leopard I
  • Jim Webster created the group T-72
    Main Recognition Points: Five large roadwheels. Floppy track. Sprocket rear, idler front. Large v-shape splash plate on glacis. Central drivers cab with single periscope. Variants: Ajeya ~ Indian army T-72M1. Ajeya Mk 2 ~ Upgraded...
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  • Jim Webster created the group ADGZ
    The ADGZ was originally developed as a heavy armored car for the Austrian army from 1934 and delivered from 1935-37.At the time of Anschluss twelve were used by the army and fifteen were used by the police. All were impressed into service with SS...
  • Jim Webster created the group ACMAT VBL
    The ACMAT VBL series are literally armoured versions of the ACMAT TPK.40 truck. Variants: TPK 420 BL ~ Internal security version. TPK 650 BL ~ 6x6 armoured personnel carrier. VBL ~ Armoured scout/liason vehicle. VBL [Reconnaissance] ~ Version...
  • Jim Webster created the group ABI
    This vehicle is based on the chassis of the ARO-240 all-wheel-drive vehicle and is similar in appearance and concept to the US Cadillac Gage Ranger. Typical roles of the ABI include the protection of high-value targets and internal security...
  • Jim Webster created the group AB40
    The Autoblinda series was developed by Spa and Ansaldo during the Spanish Civil War period to replace the ageing Ansaldo armoured cars. The first prototype, the AB38, was tested in mid-1939.The vehicle had a number of unique features. It had...
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