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First Armoured Cars from World War to Early 30s -survivors
The AFV ASSOCIATION was formed in 1964 to support the thoughts and research of all those interested in Armored Fighting Vehicles and related topics, such as AFV drawings. The emphasis has always been on sharing information and communicating with other members of similar interests; e.g. German armor, Japanese AFVs, or whatever.
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I thought about that vehicle which I have already add - this one from Parola in Finland


No picture displays for me, but might you mean one of these?

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unknown armoured car from Parola
www.rajajoki.com/tanks.html
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www.rajajoki.com/kuvat/psm014.jpg
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According to Suomalaiset Panssarivaunut 1918 - 1997 (The Finnish Armoured Vehicles 1918 - 1997) book this seems to be SISU KOE A-27 Armoured Car cca 1937. Only a single vehicle was built for Ministry of Internal Affairs. NFDK
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Rolls Royce Armoured Car

The Royal Air Force Regiment Museum RAF Regiment Depot RAF Honington
www.rafregiment.net/RA...Museum.htm


Rolls Royce Armoured Car

Replic from New Zealand
www.cfgphoto.com/img828.htm
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Lancia Armoured Car - Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) Museum, Belfast (UK)

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?? Irish armoured car from 1920

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?? Irish armoured car from 1920

www.flickr.com/photos/...099527804/


That's a Peerless Armoured Car

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Lancia Armoured Car - Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) Museum, Belfast (UK)


Looks like a Lancia Triota, same as the one in Cecchignola (Roma).

BTW I think the one in Roma doesn't belongs to the italian register. They were build on an italian-made chassis, but they never belonged to the italian army.

I'll try to contact Cecchignola's crew and see if I can get some info on how they've got their Triota

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Meanwhile I'll visit the museum and see if I can get some better images...

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I'm looking for photo of Rolls Royce Armoured Car – The Somme Heritage Centre, Conlig, Northern Ireland (UK)
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I'm looking for photo of Rolls Royce Armoured Car – The Somme Heritage Centre, Conlig, Northern Ireland (UK)


Its no longer there - apparently they couldn't get it started and nobody was interested in looking after it so it was sold to someone in England. I suspect it ended up in London.

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apparently they couldn't get it started and nobody was interested in looking after it so it was sold


It is in good condition do you have maybe a photo of it or known a link to a photo.

For me it is very strength that Somme Heritage Centre sold so unique vehicle.
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For me it is very strength that Somme Heritage Centre sold so unique vehicle.


Museums sometimes do strange things... Last time I was in Morges (Switzerland), I discovered they gave away their G-13 for free Shocked
I knew it went to Maginot Line Memorial Way, Barst (France) in 2007, after all there was no place to properly store it in Morges, but I expected the museum to make some money out of it...

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apparently they couldn't get it started and nobody was interested in looking after it so it was sold


It is in good condition do you have maybe a photo of it or known a link to a photo.

For me it is very strength that Somme Heritage Centre sold so unique vehicle.


I'll take a look through my museum leaflet collection and see if there is an image of it.

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Meanwhile I'll visit the museum and see if I can get some better images...


Apparently all their vehicles are now stored at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum so I will toddle down there tomorrow and see if I can get access.

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