CVRT Samson Recovery FV106 Project

CVRT Samson Recovery FV106 Project.  We have for sale an unusual CVRT Samson recovery project vehicle.
This variant doesn’t come up very often and need considering if you like restoring.

It’s missing tracks, final drives, clutch, rear vision block and drivers seat.  Probably other bits too but they are the bits I noticed. The engine is a Cummings turbo diesel and the hours meter reads less than…..to be continued……!

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CVRT Samson Recovery FV106 Project.  We have for sale an unusual CVRT Samson recovery project vehicle.
This variant doesn’t come up very often and need considering if you like restoring.

It’s missing tracks, final drives, clutch, rear vision block and drivers seat.  Probably other bits too but they are the bits I noticed. The engine is a Cummings turbo diesel and the hours meter reads less than…..to be continued……!

Wikipedia information :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat_Vehicle_Reconnaissance_(Tracked)#Samson
The Combat Vehicle Reconnaissance (Tracked) —or CVR(T)—is a family of armoured fighting vehicles (AFV)s in service with the British Army and others throughout the world. They are small, highly mobile, air-transportable armoured vehicles designed to replace the Alvis Saladin armoured car.[2]

Designed by Alvis in the 1960s, the CVR(T) family includes Scorpion and Scimitar light reconnaissance tanks, Spartan armoured personnel carriers (APC)s, Sultan command and control vehicle, Samaritan armoured ambulance, Striker anti–tank guided missile vehicle and Samson armoured recovery vehicle. All members of the CVR(T) family were designed to share common automotive components and suspension; aluminium armour was selected to keep the weight down.[3][4] By 1996, more than 3,500 had been built for British Army use and export.[5]

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