Middle Eastern/Generic Vehicles

Sho't Kal

Sho't (meaning "Whip" in Hebrew) is the Israeli designation of the 105 mm L7 gunned Centurion tank, which entered Israeli service in 1970.
Sho't Kal - Modernised Centurion tanks with a new powerpack (the Continental AVDS-1790-2A diesel engine and the Allison CD850-6 transmission). Entered service in 1970; by 1974 all Israeli Centurions were upgraded to Sho't Kal standard. Subvariants indicate upgrades received by Sho't Kal tanks during their operational life, including a new turret rotating mechanism, a new gun stabilizer, a new fire-control system and preparations for the installation of the Blazer ERA.

Sho't Kal

In service: 1966-1995

Used by: Israel.
Price: £25.00



M151 MUTT

The M151 MUTT was the successor to the Korean War M38 and M38A1 jeep Light Utility Vehicles and was produced from 1959 through 1982. With some M151A2-units still in US Military service in 1999, the M151-series has achieved a longer run of service than that of the WW2 MB/GPW, M38 and M38A1 series combined. M151 drivetrains are still being manufactured into vehicles by Carolina Growler. However, the Light Strike Vehicle designed for the V-22 Osprey transport by American Growler is an all new design and uses all new parts and does not contain any M151 parts or design elements.

M151 MUTT

In service: 1966-1995
Used by: Canada, Denmark, Lebanon, Israel, Pakistan, Philippines, UK.
Price: £15.00



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