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1/35 Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicle - Royal Australian Army
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ITEM NO: SMA 35001
SCALE: 1:35
ANNOUNCED ON: 12/7/2011
ARRIVED ON: 2/10/2012
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Re-Issue in April 2015

Barcode: 0 609722 900928
Features:
- Fully Detailed interior
- True to scale rubber tires
- Abundant amount of Armament options
- 4 decal options are included
- High quality decals by Cartograf


From wikipedia:
" The Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicle or Infantry Mobility Vehicle is an Australian-built wheeled armoured vehicle.

The role of the Bushmaster is to provide armoured transport, with infantry dismounting from the vehicle before going into action. As the Bushmaster is only lightly armoured, the term Infantry Mobility Vehicle (IMV) distinguishes it from a heavier wheeled or tracked armoured personnel carrier, such as the ASLAV and M113 also in Australian service. The design replaced some troop carrier variants of the Land Rover Perentie.

The Bushmaster is optimized for operations in northern Australia, and is capable of carrying up to 9 soldiers and their equipment, fuel and supplies for 3 days, depending on the type of variant."