Clearly the Bedford OXA was quite large. This example operated in England, with the home defense.
|Place of origin||United Kingdom|
|Armour||up to 9 mm|
|Boys anti-tank rifle|
|0.303 in (7.7 mm) Bren machine gun|
|Engine|| Bedford 6 cylinder petrol engine|
72 hp (54 kW)
|Suspension||4x2 wheel, leaf spring|
The Bedford OXA was improvised British heavy armoured car built during World War II by mounting an armoured body onto a Bedford OXD 1.5 ton truck chassis. 948 units were built in 1940-1941. The vehicle was used by British Home Guard units until 1942.
- I. Moschanskiy - Armored vehicles of the Great Britain 1939-1945 part 2, Modelist-Konstruktor, Bronekollektsiya 1999-02 (И. Мощанский - Бронетанковая техника Великобритании 1939-1945 часть 2, Моделист-Конструктор, Бронеколлекция 1999-02).
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