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Strange bizarre armored car ID please...

March 2 2006 at 8:13 AM
  (Login CarlosBravo)
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Hi to all!
I found this strange armored car on a Polish web, but no information about it.

What on the earth is it?
Is it an UFO? is it a carnival trolley? an armored shoe box?
From the name of this aparatus, MUMINY, I think it would be polish?...turkey?...japanese?...
Thanks in advance!

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(Login Joakim_H)
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It's swedish.

March 2 2006, 11:25 AM 

It's a swedish AC from the thirties. Can't recall the name right now, but I think it was only built in one example, and served with the swedish cavalry units throughout WW2.

Reminds me of a toad...
You can visit this cute vehicle in the Axvalla armoured museum in Sweden.


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(Login CarlosBravo)
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Thank you, Erik Ahlström just said to me that...

March 2 2006, 11:33 AM 

it´s a Försöks pansarbil FM29
He also gave to me a swedish web page where I can get an 1/35 scale plan of the nice armored car.
Again, thank you very much!

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