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Chieftain L60 Engine & TN12 Gearbox
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This 1/35th resin and etched brass kit depicts the Leyland L60 Engine and David Brown TN12 Gearbox combination fitted to the UK Chieftain Main Battle Tank (MBT) and specialist engineering variants.
Designed by George Moore and Rob Tearle these extensive resin models with etched brass details depict the main engine/power-pack and gearbox/transmission components as they would look when removed from the tank engine bay and either displayed on the ground or pallet or hanging from a crane (such as fitted to the FV434 Fitters vehicle or Chieftain ARRV or Challenger ARRV).