Discussion in 'Military History and Militaria' started by PartTimePongo, Nov 7, 2004.
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Anyone any idea what it is? I thought French at first...
Dunno, but i gather they left it near liverpool with it being stripped down like that
It is a Panhard AML-90. A Frog rip of of the Ferret Scout Car.
Seen here in Irish service (before they put it on the Dublin -Liverpool ferry)
Thanks BH , that's the fella
It's a Libyan or a Chad one I think.
hope it wasent killed by a du round .
Looks like a Panhard ERC-90 to me...
Front end is a bit too curvy for an ERC-90...
I don't think it looks like this:
It's an AML 90:
If I had a sword, I would fall upon it...if the mess revolver was loaded I would know what to do...suffice to say I will drop my Janes AFV/AA on my foot when I get home, prior of course to re-inserting said appendage in my mouth...
If only I had checked..that AML beetle-bonnet is a primary recognition feature goddammit.
Well, I didn't like to point that out really.
The AML-90 - when seen from a distance looks like (as described by an AFV recognition instructor at Netheravon) 'A Ferret with a log stuck on top'.
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