Modern - Spähpanzer 2 Luchs A2 - DE
 
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Spähpanzer 2 Luchs A2
 

In 1975, the first Spähpanzer Luchs were handed over to the troops. The four-wheel drive vehicle had four steerable axles. The Luchs was buoyant in its original version. The crew consisted of commanders, gunners, drivers and radio operators/backward driver. The main weapon of the Luchs was the MK 20 Rh 202 (MaschinenKanone 20 mm Rheinmetall). This weapon was housed in the swiveling turret. Further armament was a Fla-MG 7,62mm. The Spähpanzer Luchs was decommissioned in 2009.

A Luchs was donated to the Panzermuseum Munster and can be visited there.

 
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Information about the vehicle

'Spähpanzer Luchs' on wikipedia.org (EN)

'Spähpanzer 2 Luchs (Bw)' on panzerbaer.de (DE)

 

Video about the vehicle

'Flüstern in der Nacht - der Luchs' on youtube.com (DE)

 

Information about the model

Kit 'SpPz2 Luchs A2 (Revell - Nr. 03208)' on modellversium.de

 

Information about the figures

Figures 'Caesar H062 Modern German Army' on plasticsoldierreview.com

 

Pictures were published under the following link

'Spähpanzer 2 Luchs A2' on scalemates.com

'Modern - SpPz 2 Luchs A2 in "A lynx sneaks on" - DE' on bennosfiguresforum.com

 
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