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7.5.12

Walk Around: Alvis Stalwart

In the Swedish armed forces the Alvis Stalwart was called Amfibiebil 101 and was in use 1962-1985. 34 units were used by the coastal defence units for transport duty in the archipelago. This example is photographed at the Arsenalen museum collection in Strängnäs, Sweden. More about the Swedish coastal defence can be found here. If you want to know the fastest way to take a Stalwart to the water, just check out this video.





















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