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This Abbot Self-propelled gun was built in the early 1970's. It weighs 18 tons and is powered by a 240hp Leyland K60 Diesel engine.

The Alvis Stalwart was designed as an all terrain load carrier. It is amphibious and is equipped with constant 6 Wheel Drive. It is powered by a Rolls Royce B81 8 cylinder 180Hp engine.

The 432 is an armoured personnel carrier which weighs in at 15.3 tons and is powered by a 240hp K60 diesel engine. Although production ceased in 1971, around 1,500 of these battleground taxis are still in service.

The 434 is a Maintainence and fitters' vehicle weighing 14 tons. The hydraulic crane can lift 3 tons and was used by REME to repair main battle tanks.

An American 2½ ton 6 Wheel Drive truck with a turbo-charged White Multifuel engine, the Reo was used in Vietnam.

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