The Ferret was built between 1952 and 1971 by the UK Company Daimler as a reconnaissance vehicle.
The Ferret is the successor of the company’s earlier model the ‘Daimler Dingo’ and later started to be used for base security.
The 4x4 Ferret was also one of the first vehicles to ‘Run Flat tyres, enabling it to drive to safety after a puncture, It was also fitted with 6 grenade launchers to provide smoke cover for the vehicle.
A total of 4,409 Ferrets were produced between 1952 and 1971 including 16 sub-models including those with varying equipment, turret or no turret and armed with Swingfire anti-tank missiles.Need more info? Click the Wiki link
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