FV432 Armoured Personnel Carrier
Nice example of an FV432 Armoured Personnel Carrier. Low hours and miles and running exceptionally well, only used for road jobs by us, TV and film work.
The track pads have lots of rubber on them, the road wheels are excellent and the drive sprockets show no signs of wear. She starts up crisply and has bags of power. The gearbox changes smoothly when it should with no issues.
If you’re looking for a ready to go fun vehicle that’s appreciating in value very quickly this could be for you. Viewings welcomed but by appointment.
REF: Wikipedia GKN Sankey FV432 Armoured Personnel Carrier
The FV432 is the armoured personnel carrier variant of the British Army‘s FV430 series of armoured fighting vehicles. Since its introduction in the 1960s, it has been the most common variant, being used for transporting infantry on the battlefield. In the 1980s, almost 2,500 vehicles were in use, with around 1,500 now[when?] remaining in operation – mostly in supporting arms rather than front-line infantry service.
Although the FV432 Series was to have been phased out of service in favour of newer vehicles, such as the Warrior and the CVR(T) series, 500 have been upgraded to extend their service into the next decade.
|Mass||15 tons (15.3 t)|
|Crew||2 + 10 troops|
The FV432 Armoured Personnel Carrier was designed to be the Armoured pPersonnel Carrier in the FV430 series. Production started in 1962 by GKN Sankey and ended in 1971, after constructing approximately 3,000 vehicles