Military vehicle collection


The T17E1 Armored Car was an armored car designed and built in the United States. However, it was never used by the American army, but it was used by the British army, where it was given the name Staghound Mk I.

The Staghound had a fully automatic hydraulic gearbox and a top speed of 89 km/h. He was usually armed with a 37mm gun and three machine guns. The crew consisted of 5 people. The Staghound was originally to be used as a reconnaissance vehicle in the North African desert. But when the vehicle arrived there, the battlefield had moved to Italy where it made its debut in 1943. The Staghound was deployed throughout Northwestern Europe and was primarily used as a command vehicle in armored units.

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