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Dingo SC-2
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No: 7018   Contributor: Bukvoed   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Ford   Country: Australia
Dingo SC-2

The Australian Dingo scout car (not to be confused with Daimler Dingo) in Royal Australian Armoured Corps Tank Museum, Puckapunyal, Australia. The Dingo Scout Car was a light armoured car built in Australia during Second World War. They were produced by the Ford motor company during 1942. It was a shortened commercial Ford 30-cwt wheelbase chassis, fitted with a Marmon-Herrington all wheel drive kit to give the vehicle 4 wheel drive. It was powered by either an 85 hp or 95 hp Ford V8 engine. Onto this was fitted an armoured body manufactured from ABP-3 (Australian Bullet Proof plate type 3) by Victorian Railways. Serial production began in early 1942.

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