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Model: FV-622 Stalwart Mk.2 6x6

Catalogue number 72432
Scale 1/72
Model state Production line
Weapons and equipment Cars
Period Post WWII

Description
The FV 622 Stalwart, informally known by servicemen as the Stolly, is a highly mobile amphibious military truck built by Alvis that served with the British Army from 1966 until the 1980s. The Stalwart was a private venture by Alvis that was adopted and entered service with the British Army in 1966 as a general transport truck in preference to the FV431. It was one of the same line of vehicles that included the Alvis Saracen, Saladin and Salamander. The high mobility and amphibious capabilities were considered ideal for resupplying units in the field, particularly those of the BAOR.


Inside of box

Decal | Photo-Etched | Film


Photos of prototype

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Walkaround | Video | Video


Assembled models

Click for view Author: Viktor Krestinin
Model name: FV-622

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Click for view Author: Viktor Krestinin
Model name: FV-622
Description: With a Centurion Mk.3

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Click for view Author: Viktor Krestinin
Model name: FV-622

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Click for view Author: Viktor Krestinin
Model name: along with FV-4005 and Centuruon Mk.3

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Click for view Author: Viktor Krestinin

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