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Tank Chats #113 | Ferret Scout Car | The Tank Museum”
I have not provided a direct link as it is not secure. Video narrated by David Fletcher, MBC at the Tank Museum in the UK. Video made 11 DEC 2020
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Non-Canadian Army Ferrets
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The Imperial War Museum’s Ferrets at Duxford as photographed by Colin Stevens, November 2006
Cut-away Ferret 01 DC 52 at the entrance to the building with the military vehicles at Duxford, England.
FERRET MK. 2 FV 701E AT DUXFORD, ENGLAND
It is painted white as per United Nations service but no army number is visible.
BIG WHEEL FERRET MARK IV (Mark 4) AT DUXFORD, ENGLAND
British Army Ferret Mk. 2 Registration Number 34 BA 28. The Sergeant was identified as being in the 1st King’s Dragoon Guards, although the vehicle markings are for a Gurkha unit (crossed Kuris on Port front fender). Published in the Canadian Army Journal January 1959 Vol XIII No 1 p.27 British Army Record Card on Ferret ___. These are held by the Library at the museum at Bovington in England and owners of vehicles (and others) can order copies of these record cards if they know the British Army’s registration number. This vehicle is owned by an American collector. Ferret Mk. 2/3 03 CC 15 ex-British Army Training Unit Suffield (Alberta, Canada) BATUS now with BC Regt.Registration Number 03 CC 15. Now owned and restored by the British Columbia Regiment in Vancouver, BC, Canada and called “DUKE” as that unit was known as the 6th Duke of Connaught’s Own Regiment (6th DCOR). Although a Canadian armoured corps recce regiment, they have not been issued with Ferrets, having had to make do with jeeps, Iltis etc. for many years.
Ex-Dartmouth, NS Ex-BRITISH Ferret number 02 DA 87 Manufactured 1961 as a Mk 2/3. Its in perfect shape, all complete and a very good runner, Starts every time and drives like it should! … This one has approx 2300 miles on the clock, as best as I can tell it was in West Berlin for most of its life, at least that’s where it last served. Last overhaul by a REME depot was in 1981 in West Berlin.