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BA-64 Bobik (4 x 4) armored car

Country of Origin: Russia


The BA-64 Bobik 4 x 4 armored car was developed during World War II and saw subsequent service in many Soviet-dominated countries. It was last in use in North Korea.

Compared to later reconnaissance vehicles, the BA-64 was smaller, lighter and had less ground clearance. It had a high profile with separate fenders over the front wheels. The machine-gun armament was in an open-top octagonal turret.


No longer in service.

Initial operational capability (IOC) was reached in 1943. More...

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