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Malaysian DINGO (Ferret turret)
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This 1/35th scale resin conversion set by Jon Bottomley is designed to convert the Miniart Daimler Dingo plastic kit into a vehicle used by British and Commonwealth forces in Malaya during the 1954 to 1966 period.
There were several Malaysian Dingo conversions and this particular type mounted an early style Ferret armoured car turret on a roof plate and multi-barrel smoke discharger mountings on the hull sides, along with some smaller modifications. We have also included a colour decal set with a selection of useful markings and a pair of etched brass ‘sand channels’. Full colour illustrated instructions are provided. We also make a companion full kit of the Malaysian Ferret 2/2 scout car (K126)
This product is a Conversion set and a donor plastic kit is needed to make the vehicle shown in the images.