Main Frame APC
Main Gun Mobat Turret
Machine Gun Defense Unit gun,ammo can, and mount
Powerteam Elite Gear, Gas cans
florist wire antennas
craft foam bedrolls
casted machine gun defence unit ammo can and a VAMPII pouch
plastic "for sale" sign to rebuild the troop area
Walmart brand spraypaint for the base coat
Pollyscale airbrush paint for the camo
CAM decals
Testors dullcote

The BTR-60 armored personnel carrier, the first in the line of Russian 6-wheeled APC's, was developed in the late 1960s to replace the BTR-152 (6x6) . It was continuously improved throughout the 1960s culminating in the production of the BTR-60zB. The BTR-60zB performs well cross-country in conditions that favor wheels. On land or water, the vehicle is steered by the front set of wheels which also have power steering. The boat-shaped hull with sloped sides provides good swimming capability and helps deflect hostile fire. The BTR-60PB has a searchlight and IR equipment, giving it a night fighting capability.

The tires have the centralized pressure regulation system common to Soviet wheeled APCs, and are partially filled with a foam-rubber-like substance. The rear-mounted power plant employs a pair of 6-cylinder 90-hp gasoline engines mounted at the rear of the hull. The first and third axles are powered through the transmission of the right engine and the second set of axles through the transmission of the left engine. The BTR-60zB is fully amphibious, propelled by a single water-jet mounted at the rear of the hull.
Although its armor is thicker than that of older model APCs, the BTR-60zB is vulnerable to HE fragmentation as well as small arms fire. The tires are extremely vulnerable to puncture. Soft ancillary equipment (antennas and integral fuel tanks) are vulnerable to destruction by field artillery weapons. Troops must mount and dismount through two side hatches, located between the 1st and second axles.

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