Canadian Ferrets – All 124 listed by CAR / CFR

This table below shows all 124 Ferret Scout Cars that were  purchased by Canada. They were all Mark I (i.e. no turret) and were all made in 1954 by Daimler in England. 

The table is long and wide and you may scroll to the right to see more columns of information.  

# OUT OF 124CANADIAN ARMY REGISTRATION NUMBER (CAR, later called CFR)PHOTO(S)HULL NUMBERUNEF NUMBERSERVICE HISTORYSTATUSOWNERSHIP LOCATIONCOMMENTS
1 54-82500
54-82500 Ferret with UNFICYP in Cyprus with Fort Garry Horse From 1968 Sentinel Oct 1970 p34
54-82500 Ferret with UNFICYP in Cyprus with Fort Garry Horse From 1968 Sentinel Oct 1970 p34

1968 Fort Garry Horse in UNFICYP; Sold surplus out of CFB Petawawa DPSL 357077 Apr 81. Hard Target?This MIGHT be the restored Ferret at CFB Petawawa as that one has a very low hull serial number.
254-82501
Ferret 54-82501 via Digger MacDougall
Ferret 54-82501 via Digger MacDougall
Sold surplus out of CFB Gagetown DPSL 352223 Jan 80Ferret 54-82501 via Digger MacDougall, former crewmember on Ferrets. Volunteer at Canadian War Museum.
3 54-82502UNFICYP ; Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
4 54-82503Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
554-82504Transferred on SO 402848 Mar 80Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum Ontario Regiment
1 of 9
6 54-82505
Ferret 54-82505 left side in 2007
Ferret 54-82505 left side in 2007

LdSH (RC) ?; Sold surplus out of CFB Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81Tim ______ (2007-12)Florida, USA (2007-12)Was for sale in Florida in December 2007.
7 54-82506
Ferret Scout Car 54-82506
Canadian Ferrets lined up upon unloading from the ship in Egypt. 54-82506 is at front of left column. (Detail of larger photo)

SO 402848 Mar 80Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum Ontario Regiment
2 of 9
8 54-82507
54-82507 with twin wirecutter bars installed with UNFICYP in Cyprus.
54-82507 with twin wirecutter bars installed. Has Roadrunner symbol on the eide. with UNFICYP in Cyprus.
UNFICYP; Sold surplus out of CFB Shilo DPSL 352192 Jan 80 Hard Target?Note the two vertical wire cutter bars. This MAY be unique to 82507.Hard target? Note 3 of the 4 at Shilo were legitimately ‘saved’ from the ranges.
954-82508
Front view of a Ferret Scout Car with three men in it.
54-82508 crewed by the Fort Garry Horse (FGH) in UNFICYP in Cyprus 1960-1961. A civilian is on the starboard side.

UNFICYP (RCD & FGH?) LdSH(RC) ; Sold surplus out of CFB Petawawa DPSL 352221 Jan 80 Hard target?Hard target?Fort Garry Horse photo in 1960-1 http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=5463539 Taken 1966-7 in Cyprus and donated to the Fort Garry Horse Museum. Another photo is athttp://www.putfile.com/centurion124/images/87124
10 54-82509Sold surplus out of CFB Petawawa DPSL 352221 Jan 80 Hard target?
11 54-82510
Ferret 54-82510 at Sarcee AB 1974 port side.
Ferret 54-82510 at Sarcee AB 1974 port side.

54 82510 Calgary LdSH(RC) CADCI 50799 Apr 81 1981-04 Colour photos taken at Sarcee, Alberta (near Calgary) in 1974 by Tom H.
12 54-82511Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81Rob Love photo of CAR stamped into hull. Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81 1981-04 DND 296.B.2.4 Rob Love says it was sent to Shilo c. 2000 from CFB Valcartier. It is awaiting restoration right now at Rob Love’s and is owned by the RHA Museum in Shilo. It had been a monument at some point with everything welded including the wheel nuts. The DND disposal list shows 54-82511 was disposed of from Valcartier. The 4 Ferrets sent to Shilo in 1980-1 when they were taken out of service were 54-82507, 560, 566 and 611. 566 is apparently still on the ranges.
13 54-82512Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
14 54-82513Transferred SO 402848 Apr 81 to Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum , Ontario Regiment – 3 of 9. Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum, Ontario Regiment – 3 of 9. Although the photo is from a US dealer’s 1983 ad, it shows one of the Ferrets bought directly by the Ontario Regiment.
15 54-82514299.B.2.4 ?Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81RR, Planes of Fame MuseumPrescott (?), AZ, USAOwner is not sure if it is ex-Cdn. CAR number thought to be 54-83514 but that was not a Canadian number, so it MAY be 54-82514. Has a turret now. In 1992 MVPA D-5 it is listed as owned by Michael Clarke, Prescoult (Prescott?), AZ USA SN 299http://www.planesoffame.org/menu.php
16 54-82515Issued to Det Dundurn DPSL 352193 Jan 80 Hard target?
1754-82516301.B.2.4 Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81David Biondi dave at esm-solutions dot com North Carolina, USADave Biondi bought circa early 2013 from Veluzat Army Rentals
P.O. Box 220597
Newhall, CA 91322
Tel: 661 259-9669 Fax: 661 259-3788
info@veluzatarmyrentals.com
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18 54-8251754 82517 Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81 1981-04
1954-8251882518 Calgary UNEF CADCI 50799 Apr 81 1981-04 54-82518 UNEF 1222 in Canadian Army United Nations Peacekeeping service in July 1957 near El Quasima. This Ferret was serving with No. 56 Canadian Reconnaissance Squadron Photo 85 p. 41 of Tanks Illustrated No. 3 Israeli Tanks and Combat Vehicles – Steven J. Zaloga
2054-8251982519 Ont Reg’t SO 402848 Mar 80 1980-03 Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum, Ontario Regiment – 4 of 9.
2154-82520326 B.3.4 ?LdSH (RC) apparently in Germany (ref. photo); Sold surplus out of CFB Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81Restored?Jim G. (MVPA # 5843) Michigan, USA
22 54-82521Sold surplus out of CFB Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
23 54-8252212 RBC Valcartier UNFICYP 12 RBC DPSL 352220 Jan 80MonumentDND ?Valcartier, PQMonument at Valcartier? The “22” shows up in an RCD photo as painted on shoulder armour of hull. CAR only painted in last three digits in small (1″?) numbers over driver’s hatch.
24 54-82523Sold surplus out of CFB Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
25 54-82524303.B.2.4 ?LdSH(RC) ? UNEF ? Sold surplus CADCI 50799 April 1981Now owned by LdSH(RC) Historical Troop. 54 82524 In 2007 Calgary LdSH(RC)?UNEF? 1981-04 Canadian owner 303.B.2.4 Has North American M Series lights as was often fitted to Canadian Ferrets. seaforth72 (at) gmail.com notified LdSH(RC) that it was for sale in the USA and they bought it in 20077 and it is now back in Canada.
26 54-82525RCDGagetown UNFICYP RCDScrapped in 1975. After a fire apparently.N/AScrapped.
27 54-82526Sold surplus out of CFB Petawawa DPSL 352221 Jan 80Hard targetDND ?Hard target.
28 54-82527UNEF 1223UNEF 1223; Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
29 54-82528Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
30 54-82529Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
31 54-82530Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
32 54-82531Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
33 54-82532Gagetown DPSL 352223 Jan 80Hard targetHard target
3454-82533LdSH; Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
35 54-82534
With UNFICYP in Cyprus // At RAPCO (Rexas) yard for sale. //
310.B.2.4 (Texas one)UNFICYP in Cyprus. RCD CADCI 50799 Apr 81Texas ?At RAPCO (Rexas) yard for sale. Restored in Texas. Calgary UNFICYP RCD CADCI 50799 Apr 81 1981-04 Les B Texas, USA 310.B.2.4 An in-service photo of a vehicle matched up to the current owner! Special thanks to Cpl. Kevin Langille of the Archives and Collection, Royal Canadian Dragoons, CFB Petawawa. In service photo taken on Cyprus courtesy of RCD Archives. As found in the RAPCO yard in Texas and restored photos courtesy of Les Branson. http://news.webshots.com/photo/2295716230031780957PIbUKa?vhost=news DILEMA: There are two bvehicles that are claimed to be 54-82534. More research is needed.
36 54-82535Transferred on SO 402848 Mar 80 to Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum. Ontario Regiment
Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum. Ontario Regiment
5 of 9
Museum vehicle.
3754-82536Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
3854-82537CWM pics
UNEF DPSL 352227 Jan 80MuseumCanadian War MuseumTransferred from the Canadian Army to the Canadian War Museum in January 1980. This Ferret was in camouflage colours when the CWM obtained it. The vehicle was repainted for CWM in white with UNEF RCEME markings for display.The CWM has the correct UNEF UN decal on the front right fender but the other markings are unusual. (see top photo on this page for normal paint scheme). MWO Ross Pettit wrote on 2008-03-11 ” I rebuilt that FSC when I was posted in Trenton. I painted exactly from a picture of a ferret crossing a sand dune in Egypt. So it is painted correctly according to the picture.” This vehicle also has the later modification for the Browning 1919A4 (not used when the vehicles were white) which replaced the Bren Gun and a much later model antenna base. By coincidence, this vehicle actually served in UNEF. Repainted white at CFB Trenton (as I recall being told) for CWM but the wrong markings were put on. for CWM display.
39 54-82538Transferred to Detachment Dundurn DPSL 352193 Jan 80 Hard targetHard target.
40 54-82539UNFICYP; Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
41 54-82540Valcartier, CADCI 50798 Apr 81B McW Valley Station (near Truro), Nova ScotiaInfo: 2006 June 03. 54-82540 front with stripped paint.jpg (1147676 bytes) Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81 1981-04 B McWValley Station (near Truro), Nova Scotia 321.B.3.4 Info: 2006 June 03. Under restoration 2006. Tactical Sign 22A The only other marks I have found on it are a 22A in large black figures [THIS IS A TACTICAL SIGN – Colin Stevens] on the side of the hull near the top that I assume are radio call symbols. Also on the right front storage bin there is stencilled in white figures LV9-ASC 2540-99 815-7449 CAR 54-82540 also found painted on hull.
42 54-82541Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
43 54-82542NATO in Germany; Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
44 54-82543//Photo via Digger MacDougall, FGHSold surplus out of Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 8154 82543 Photo via Digger MacDougall, FGH Calgary
45 54-82544Transferred to Det Dundurn [Saskatchewan] DPSL 352193 Jan 80Hard target54 82544 LdSH(RC) Archives photo. Parade in Canada. Det Dundurn
46 54-82545Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
4754-82546Sold surplus out of CFBValcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
48 54-82547(RCD) Valcartier UNFICYP RCD CADCI 50798 Apr 81
49 54-82548Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
50 54-82549(RCD) Valcartier UNFICYP RCD DPSL 352223 Jan 80 1980-01 DND? Hard target?Hard target
51 54-82550344.B.4.4Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81Private collectionFinland
52 54-82551Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81
53 54-82552Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81
54 54-82553Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81
55 54-82554BC Dragoons had it on issue in the mid-1950s; UNFICYP; Sold surplus out of CFB Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81
56 54-82555Belgium DPSL 355683 Jan 81MonumentBelgium - NATO monument in Belgium. (NATO HQ?)
57 54-82556UNFICYP; Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
58 54-82557UNFICYP; Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
5954-82558Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
60 54-82559Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
61 54-8256054 82560 Shown here fitted with a Browning Mk. II .303 MG from an aircraft. Shilo DPSL 352192 Jan 80 1980-01 John H ex-Rob LManitoba 360.B.4.4 Salvaged from the target ranges at CFB Shilo with permission by substituting an ex-British Army (BATUS?) ferret hull. Restored by Rob Love. Photo via Dan Sicotte. Was for sale in 2007 Spring. WHO OWNS IT NOW?
62 54-82561Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81
6354-82562Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81
64 54 82563 LdSH(RC) Archives Ont Reg’t LdSH SO 402848 Mar 80 1980-03 Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum Ontario Regiment – 6 of 954-82563
65 54-82564Ont Reg’t SO 402848 Mar 80 1980-03 Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum Ontario Regiment – 7 of 9MuseumOshawa Military and Industrial Museum, ario Regiment
7 of 9
66 54-82565Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
67 54-82566LdSH(RC); CFB Shilo DPSL 352192 Jan 80Hard targetHard target. Note 3 of the 4 Cdn Ferrets at Shilo were saved from the ranges. 54-82566 is apparently the one remaining of the 4 which actually was shot up. (Ref. Rob Love, Shilo, MB) He wrote: “The last target one is still laying in the Round Plain area of the training area here, and has suffered some fair blast damage.”
68 54-82567UNFICYP; Sold surplus out of CFB Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81
69 54-82568UNFICYP; Petawawa DPSL 357077 Apr 81Hard target > Monument54 82568 LdSH photo 54-82568 at CFB Petawawa Dec 2007 in front of the base museum. Colin Stevens’ photos.
70 54-82569UNFICYP; Valcartier CADCI 50800 May 8154 82569 RCD photo. Identified as 54-82569 by Darrell Zinck.
7154-82570FMC HQ DPSL 352224 Jan 80Monument?
72 54-82571UNFICYP; Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 1981
73 54 82572 54-82572 while with LdSH Photos courtesy James McNeely, NC, USA Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81 1981-04 Ferret is now derelict in a yard in Tennessee, USA. Note CAR/CFR number painted inside the fighting compartment. This one has a unique (?) armoured roof. NOT for sale.54-82572
74 54 82573 Valcartier UNFICYP CADCI 50798 Apr 81 1981-0454-82573
75 54 82574 Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81 1981-0454-82574
82575 In Cyprus. As donated to the Canadian War Museum by Radley-Waters. Dec 2007 at CFB Petawawa 8 CH Petawawa UNEF & UNFICYP 8 CH; RCD DPSL 242285 Sep 77 1977-09 Canadian War Museum Monument at CFB Petawawa in front of RCD HQ Building. F104 (Confirmed by CMS 2007 Dec) This is the Ferret that was presented to General Radley-Waters and it has the plaque on it.This Ferret was presented to this esteemed war-time armoured officer. He was also presented with A Sherman and a Lynx (tracked). CFR and SN of his Ferret are not known at this time. Note vehicle has Canadian retrofitted lights, a cable reel on carrier on left side, and on rear are two loops. presumably for top strap of Jerricans when stowage rack was mounted on the rear – suggesting that this vehicle served in Germany or in Sinai. The vehicle was donated to the Canadian War Museum. It went back to CFB Petawawa and is outside on display.54-82575
77 54 82576 Valcartier UNFICYP CADCI 50798 Apr 81 1981-0454-82576
78 54 82577 1 CBG Calg DPSL 352194 Jan 80 1980-01 DND? Monument?54-82577
79 54 82578 Petawawa DPSL ? 1976 1976 N/A Sold. Burned in a hanger fire at Petawawa“burnt in Petawawa mid 70’s? Duty Cpl must have missed checking the hanger that weekend ;). Black as a coal mine in the hanger Mon morn. …I have some pics of the Ferret after they hauled it out back. … (some are in rough shape, got wet before I could scan them)” “I was posted to Petawawa fall 74 until spring 78. … Quality of the pics is poor, but you can see the steel belts, all that’s left of the tires.I remember it took a week or so to clean the hanger. “54-82578“I guess if they sold that Ferret, it would have been sold by the pound :). The final word was it had an electrical short sometime on the weekend, and the duty Cpl missed the hanger on his weekend rounds. We found it Monday morning. No other vehicles went up with it, though lots of cleaning needed on others. The Centurion was the last one the regiment had, I think its the one on display in front of the 8CH barracks (might be RCD now) in Petawawa. An old REME (‘Burpy” Heinz) kept the centurion running (parts snuck up from Gagetown) until Ottawa found out we had it running. It sat there parked until after I left for Germany. The only veh destroyed in the fire was the Ferret. I think the part to the right in the last photo was the side bin (escape hatch/spare tire carrier) with an ammo box on top. I think they wanted to scavenge some parts, but not much left. Anyway, I hope this helps with your research. ...... Rob Photos and story courtesy of Tpr. SMITH R.S., 8 CH (L) 2007 Nov. 27 Now of Courtice, ON.
80 54-82579CTC Gagetown DPSL ? Apr 78MuseumDNDCFB Gagetown, NB
81 54-82580UNFICYP; Valcartier CADCI 50800 May 1981
82 54-82581Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81Jim C, (MVPA member)Kansas City, Missouri USA
83 54-82582Ont Reg’t SO 402848 Mar 80 1980-03 Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum Ontario Regiment – 8 of 9Museum
8454-82583Aldershot NS DPSL 352222 Jan 80Hard target > MonumentDND - Canadian Forces Detachment Moncton, NBThe condition is described as “hurting.” Photos of her as she is now are from WO Darrell Zinck, Regt’l Ops WO, 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) Det Moncton. His office is 200 yards from the Ferret. 2007 November 06.
85 54-82584Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
86 54-82585Valcartier UNFICYP RCD CADCI 50798 Apr 81
87 54-82586UNFICYP RCD?; Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
88 54-82587Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81Ferret 54-82587 fitted with four ENTAC anti-tank missiles. In 3/4 view, the CAR is painted above the starboard driver’s window. In side view photo the CAR is in the normal location on the side of the hull. Photo appeared in Canadian Army Journal 1965 Vol XIX No 1 p 6.Were any others so converted or just this one? Did it go to West Germany with the ENTAC equipped jeeps? Reference Canadian manuals, this appears to have been the only one so converted.
89 54-82588Det Dundurn DPSL 352193 Jan 80Hard target
90 54 82589 Valcartier UNFICYP CADCI 50798 Apr 81 1981-0454-82589
91 54 82590 Ont Reg’t SO 402848 Mar 80 1980-03 Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum Ontario Regiment – 9 of 954-82590
92 54 82591 As she sat in front on Allan Kerr’s store MILARM in Edmonton. As she is now (May 2007) Calgary UNFICYP CADCI 50799 Apr 81 1981-04 Grant McAAbbotsford, BC 388.B.5.4 Ex-gate guardian at Allan Kerr’s shop in Edmonton for about 20 years. Allan had acquired it in trade from Gord Cumming at Crown Surplus in Calgary. Kerr fitted an NOS British Mk. II turret so he could lock up the Ferret. Ex-“COYOTE” (name found painted on front top edge which shows it was C Squadron) with Lord Strathcona’s Horse. UNITED NATIONS yellow decal on green painted hull found on starboard upper hull. This type marking was used in Cyprus. Inside vehicle during cleanup Grant found West German money, French match covers, and about 150 – .30 cal links. No CAR (CFR) found painted on hull, but found stamped into hull.54-82591
93 54 82592 In service with LdSH(RC) At CFB Gagetown Museum 2007. Det Wain LdSH(RC) DPSL 352192 Jan 80 1980-01 DND Intended as a hard target in Wainwright. Now a museum display at CFB Gagetown Museum, New Brunswick. Was called CAPRI while in LdSH(RC). In 2007 has unit sign 35 painted on left front fender.54-82592
94 54 82593 Photos by Brad Mills 2005 May. Aldershot NS UNFICYP DPSL 352222 Jan 80 1980-01 DND Designated as a hard target in Aldershot, Nova Scotia but fortunately saved as a gate guardian in Truro, NS. Bins are rusting through (Dec 2007). CAR/CFR number stamped into metal, confirmed by Brad Mills 2007 Dec.54-82593
95 54 82594 Lahr DPSL 355125 Nov 80 1980-1154-82594
96 54 82595 LDSH Calgary DPSL 352195 Jan 80 1980-01 DND Funeral Vehicle. MAY be the one in the LdSH Historical Troop, fitted with a pintle hook.54-82595
97 54 82596 N/A Mid 1960s 1960s N/A Apparently burned at Petawawa, Ontario in between 1959 and Dec 1965.54-82596
98 54 82597 LdSH Archives photo. Believed to be 54-82597 (blurry photo) Det Wain DPSL 352194 Jan 80 1980-01 DND Monument.54-82597
9054-82598392.B.5.4Served with Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) at time of surplus. Old Combat Arms School (CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick) Several CAS decals (2 designs, and large and small of later pattern) found under paint, as well as colour Canada Flag decals front ant rear, and Mobile Command decal was on starboard front. Also found on the front glacis (slope) down on dark green semi-gloss paint is what appears to be shipping information to “25 CANADIAN FORCES SUPPLY DEPOT 6363 NOTRE DAME ST. MONTREAL QUE. CANADA” This paint however appears to be Canadian, not the British factory colour. Was this Ferret sandblasted and rebuilt way back in its service? Could it have been UN white at some point? Usually the army simply painted over old markings and paint jobs, but what did they do for white UN Ferrets? Were they painted over or were some or all sandblasted?Traded by the LdSH to Crown Surplus for a T-16 Universal Carrier. Sold by Crown Surplus to Bob Carter, who then sold it to Colin Stevens.
100 54-82599396.B.6.4RCAC Borden DPSL 352197 Jan 80MuseumDNDCFB BordenNow named "CANADA" with incorrect CFR number painted on it (2007)
101 54-82600Aldershot NS DPSL 352222 Jan 80Hard target ?
102 54-82601UNFICYP ; Sold surplus out of CFB Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81An RCD photo “Canada Here We Come” with 54-82508 in the foreground shows appears to be “01” at far end in Cyprus line-up. 501 was not in UNFICYP so it has to be 601.
103 54-82602Aldershot NS DPSL 352222 Jan 80Hard target
104 54-82603Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
105 54-82604UNFICYP (RCD); Transferred to Patton Museum at Fort Knox DPSL 355982 Feb 81MuseumU.S. ArmyPatton Museum, Fort Knox, ___, USAPhoto of it in Snoopy Patrol of RCD in Cyprus with UNFICYP. (RCD Archives)
106 54-82605LdSH; Sold surplus out of CFB Calgary, CADCI 50799 Apr 81
107 54-82606Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
108 54-82607Det Wain DPSL 352192 Jan 80Hard target? MIGHT have been saved.
109 54-82608Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
110 54 82609 54-82609 as a monument about the be moved for restoration c.2002? Dec 2007 in RCD Tank Park display 8 CH Petawawa 8 CH DPSL 242285 May 81 1981-05 DND Sat as a monument from 1997 to c.2002. Still had correct DND licence plate 82609 fitted. Now sitting in RCD tank park opposite Building F-16 at CFB Petawawa.54-82609
111 54 82610 Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81 1981-0454-82610
112 54 82611 Shilo DPSL 352192 Jan 80 1980-01 DND? Hard target?54-82611
113 54 82612 In Germany? (CMP Magazine #2 via Jason Ginn) Valcartier Germany DPSL 352223 Jan 80 1980-01 DND? It was in Germany in 1958.54-82612Hard target?The image is captioned “Peacekeeping- 1958 A Ferret in Germany. Note the 19 set B aerial mount”
114 54-82613Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
115 54-82614FGH Germany Valcartier CADCI 50798 Apr 81
116 54-82615Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
117 54-82616Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
118 54-82617Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
119 54-82618Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
120 54-82619Det Wain DPSL 352194 Jan 80Monument?
121 54-82620Petawawa CADCI 50800 May 81
122 54-82621Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
123 54-82622Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81
124 54-82623Calgary CADCI 50799 Apr 81

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