The Registry Of Ex-Military Land-Rovers Au, NZ, etc Land-Rover Perentie 4x4 / 6x6 in service

6x6 Bushranger Direct Fire Weapons Variant

Unladen Mass 4170kg (Without Winch)
Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) 5.6 Tonne (Highway and cross country)
Gross Combined Mass (GCM) 7.1 Tonne (Highway and cross country)
Maximum Towed Load 2000kg
Carrying Capacity 2000kg
Length 6300mm
Height 2855mm
Width 2500mm
Wheelbase from front to intermediate axle 3040mm
Wheelbase from front to rear axle 3940mm
Track 1698mm
Fording Depth 1000mm
Engine Isuzu 4BD1 T. 3.9 Litre, 4 cylinder Turbo Diesel
Power 90kw @ 3200rpm
Torque 314nm @ 2200rpm
Gearbox 4 speed LT95A
Winch Thomas T9000M
Fuel Capacity 2x 62 Litre tanks
Equipment Kit CES 012193/3
Repair Parts Scale 02232, 02228

Nomenclature: Truck, Light,Direct Fire Weapons, FFR, Winch, MC2.
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Role: The primary role of the vehicle is to provide protective fire to troops in contact with a hostile force and for vehicles during convoy movements. It carries sufficient supplies for three days in an operational environment.
Description: The vehicle is a six wheeled vehicle designed specifically for military use. The vehicle is based on the Land Rover 110 series commercial, but with and extended chassis and an additional axle. The truck cargo is a constant four wheel drive, with selective six wheel drive for negotiating difficult terrain.

Information: Chassis modifications include points for a helicopter sling, shipping tie down and vehicle recovery points. The cab can accommodate up to two persons while the rear tray can accommodate up to two (2) persons. This vehicle is only complianced for road use with two passengers in the cab. There are two roof mounted spares, and a hatch in the roof of the rear bodywork fitted with a BAeA Gun Ring. The rear of the body work is fitted with racks to hold up to eight jerry cans for fuel or water.

Number Built: 26 Converted form General Service vehicles.
These vehicles were originally procured as part of an Interim Infantry Mobility vehicle (IIMV) project, whose final iteration was the Bushmaster Infantry Mobility vehicle. They were constructed as a part of the Bushranger project, not to be confused with the Bushmaster vehicle that replaced the Infantry Carrier in service.

The photos below are all of Infantry Carrier 203-046 which was sold at Australian Frontline Management Auction.

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The vehicle interior.
Copyright: Australian Frontline Machinery
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The vehicle from the rear, again externally little to differentiate from other models.
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Interior fit out for the rear of the vehicle.
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Interior with lockers closed.
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A front view showing one spare and one empty mount.
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Passenger side of the rear vehicle body.
Copyright: Australian Frontline Machinery



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