Tank Chats # 101 | Irish Leyland Armoured Car | The Tank Museum


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Tank Chats # 101 | Irish Leyland Armoured Car | The Tank Museum



Here David Fletcher discusses the Leyland Armoured Car which was produced in the 1930s for the Irish Army, but with some alterations, saw service right through to the 1980s. We haven’t forgotten about Tank Chat #100 – we have something special planned when we all get back to normality. Stay tuned!
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  1. I think the space at the back may have been for troops, maybe?
    The Irish defence force don't use tanks, generally. They seem to not for armoured patrol or personnel carriers or a vehicle that serves as both. They opt for MOWAGs now.
    I'm not certain, just an observation.