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ACE-72160 1/72 BTR-60P Soviet Armored Troop-Carrier model kit

Ace ACE-72160 1/72 BTR-60P Soviet Armored Troop-Carrier model kit
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ACE-72160 1/72 BTR-60P Soviet Armored Troop-Carrier model kit

The BTR-60 armored personnel carrier, the first in the line of Russian 8-wheeled APC's, was developed in the late 1950s to replace the BTR-152 (6x6) ARC and was first seen in public in 1961. All eight wheels are powered, and the first four which are used for steering, are power-assisted. The rear-mounted power plant employs a pair of 6-cylinder 90-hp gasoline engines mounted at the rear of the hull. The first and third axles are powered through the transmission of the right engine and the second and fourth axles through the transmission of the left engine. The BTR-60P is fully amphibious, propelled by a single water-jet.