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Specs

Manufactured By
Crew Requirements (Public Events)
Year of Manufacture
Wheeled / Tracked
Serial Number
Weight
Plate Number
Length
Engine
Transmission

Daimler

2

4 wheel, full time, locked

3327-7-63

Rolls Royce B-60 inline 6 cyl. gas

3.7m (12.2 ft)

1.9m (6.3 ft)

1963

Pre Select

Height
Width

3.8t (7275lbs)

1.8m (6.2 ft)

History

The Ferret is a lightly armed and armored scout car made in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s. Used by most Commonwealth countries, including 124 by Canada, these formed the backbone of the reconnaissance troops during the cold war period. Light, very fast, and easy to drive, the Ferrets were the sports cars of the armoured world, and were universally loved by their crews. When the Society’s Ferret Is out in public, there is always lots of interest wherever it goes!


The Society’s example was made in 1963, and the last of the Ferrets saw their final operational service in the First Gulf War of 1991.

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Driver

Frontal

Passenger

Frontal

Front Seat

Side

Rear Seat

Side

Rollover

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Daimler Ferret

Mk. 2/3 Armoured Car, ex-British Army, 1963

Used by most Commonwealth countries, including 124 by Canada

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