Caminhão Militar Engesa EE-25 6x6 boomerang 1988 à venda por 110 mil.
Viatura em excepcional estado de conservação, garantidamente um dos
melhores existentes no Brasil atualmente, 100% original de fábrica, 100%
Galão reserva, pá, picareta e machado.
Manual de serviço e catálogo de peças original Engesa.
Arrematado da Marinha do Brasil já em excelente estado, tendo sido apenas
repintado e corrigido pequenos detalhes. Toldos novos, bancos originais
sem qualquer defeito, documentos em dia, licenciado em 2013, apto a ir
rodando para qualquer lugar da América por estrada ou fora de estrada.
Tração 6x4 permanente e 6x6 opcional.
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Viatura Engesa EE25 1988 Boomerang - testando a capacidade de vencer aclives
Demonstração da incrível capacidade do EE-25 com suspensão traseira
tipo boomerang em transpor subidas inacessíveis a grande maioria dos fora
Viatura toda original, com excessão dos pneus alterados de 1100x20 para
1200x20, arrematada da Marinha Brasileira, fabricada pela saudosa Engesa -
Engenheiros Especializados SA, um show da tecnologia nacional.
Military Vehicles [Swiss/Switzerland]: MOWAG Piranha 3C APC/IFV (Die Schweizer Armee)
The MOWAG Piranha is a family of armoured fighting vehicles designed by the
Swiss MOWAG, which since April 2010 has changed name to General Dynamics
European Land Systems - Mowag GmbH.
The MOWAG Piranha is available in 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, and 10x10 wheel versions.
There are several variants within these versions, giving different degrees
of armour protection and several kinds of turrets, for use in a variety of
roles. Piranha derivatives have been assigned roles as troop transports,
command vehicles, fire support vehicles, tank trainers, and police
Four generations of vehicles have been produced, manufactured by MOWAG or
under license by other companies, and variants are in service with military
forces throughout the world. Piranha derivatives have been manufactured
under license by General Dynamics (Canada), BAE Systems Land Systems (UK),
Komatsu (Japan), Cardoen and FAMAE (Chile), and in the USA. The 8x8 US Army
Stryker vehicle is derived from the Canadian LAV III which in turn is based
on the Piranha, as is the LAV-25 family in service with the USMC. The
Australian Defence Force also has its own modified version of the Piranha I
8x8 known as the ASLAV (Australian Light Armoured Vehicle). The ASLAV is
operated by two cavalry regiments (the 2nd Cavalry Regiment and 2nd/14th
Light Horse Regiment) and is used in the armoured reconnaissance and
armoured personnel carrier roles. Some variants, like the United States
Marine Corps's Light Armored Vehicle-25 (LAV-25) and its derivatives, are
equipped with propellers for amphibious use, though their abilities are
limited to sheltered waters.
Caminhão REO M-35 A2C 6x6
Viatura militar ano 1969 com motor Cummins 6BT 5.9 de 160 HP subindo um
barranco molhado de 3 metros na cidade de Caxambu, Sul de Minas Gerais, o
maior potencial hidromineral do planeta.
Military Vehicles [Brazil]: Engesa EE-11 Urutu APC (Exército Brasileiro)
Language of Presentation: Brazillian Portuguese (Português Brasileiro)
The EE-11 Urutu is a 6x6 Armoured Personnel Carrier developed in the 70s by
Engesa of Brazil. It used as many commercially available parts as possible
and shares many components with the EE-9 Cascavel Armoured Fighting
Vehicle, including the distinctive boomerang double-axle rear drive
suspension developed by Engesa. The vehicle's namesake of "Urutu" is a
Brazilian species of snake.
EE-11 Urutu has been used in combat by Libya, Iran and Iraq with excellent
results for its time. In combat, Urutu proved to be equal or superior than
its Soviet counterparts, such as the BTR-60 or BTR-70 with a much lower
operating cost. The Brazilian Marine Corps use a modified amphibious
variant with propellers and more powerful engine.
Urutu production has stopped in 1987 and since then all units still in use
by the Brazilian Army have been modernized and upgraded by the army's São
Paulo War Arsenal branch as a stopgap until the arrival of the newly
designed VBTP-MR in 2012.
Although considered obsolete due to its lack of protection against modern
armor piercing bullets, it is still widely used by the Brazilian Army in
the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti.