new Ferret design FULL
After a series of successful light armoured reconnaissance and liaison vehicles, the Ferret Scout Car saw widespread military service from the 1950s right up to the Gulf War in 1990. The Ferret was designed with stealth in mind, able to probe enemy positions. This four-wheel drive vehicle was powered by a reliable 6-cylinder Rolls Royce engine which proved extremely useful if the crew found themselves in a tight spot.
Expected Summer 2023
187 Parts Included
2 Skill Level
3 Scheme Options
A1379 – Ferret Scout Car Mk.2, West Germany, August 1961. (A)
A1379 – Ferret Scout Car Mk.2, British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS), Canadian Forces Base Suffield, Alberta, Canada, 1980’s. (B)
A1379 – Ferret Scout Car Mk.2, 5th Parachute Brigade, British Army Overseas, Cyprus, 1974. (C)
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