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Engesa

Engesa – Engenheiros Especializados S/A was a Brazilian company in the agriculture and defense sectors that specialized in producing tactical military trucks, armored fighting vehicles, and civilian Sport utility vehicles.

EE-11 URUTU Brazilian Army's EE-11 URUTU painted in UN color markings for the MINUSTAH peacekeeping operations i...
Cascavel IV One of the Cascavel IV modernized by Brazilian Army´s Sao Paulo War Arsenal (AGSP). The EE-9 Casca...
EE-11 Urutu The first EE-11 Urutu produced is now on public display at the "Museu Militar Conde de Linhares" loc...
EE-9 Cascavel I took these photo on September 7, 2011, on the Brazil Independency Day Parade... Porto Alegre/RS -...
EE-9 Cascavel I took this photo on September 7, 2011, on the Brazil Independency Day Parade... Porto Alegre/RS - ...
EE-11 Urutu in Brazil I took this photo on September 7, 2011, on the Brazil Independency Day Parade... Porto Alegre/RS - ...
EE-9 Cascavel remains A battle-damaged Iraqi EE-9 Cascavel armored car remains buried in the sand north of Saudi Arabia du...
Cascavel One of the very first Cascavel to roll out the assembly line is now on display at Museu Militar Cond...
Armored Brazilian ARMY Vehicle EE-11 Urutu Picture from the Brazilian Indepedency Day Parade, 2012. In Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil
2 EE-9 Cascavel Picture from the Brazilian Indepedency Day Parade, 2012. In Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil
Engesa EE-25 Picture from the Brazilian Indepedency Day Parade, 2012. In Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil

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