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Steyr K2670, Armored Draisine(Leichte Schienenpanzer) . . Leichte Schienenpanzer means light armored reconnaissance draisine. Steyr K2670 was designed by Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG in 1943. It had a build-in 70HP air-cooled engine. Usually 10 draisines were connected in a group, though one draisine could move by its power alone. Its weight was 9.5 tons, lighter than most armored trains, made it possible to run on the poor- prepared rail. No fixed weapons on the vesible. Four machineguns and some firearms were eqqipped on the vehicle. About 40 drasines were made, and Polish received one of them after WWII. If you read Chinese, check this Attention! Search the resistance Two machineguns(MG) ahead Front train buffer(Coupler) In the middle is MG pistol hole, the yellow triangle mark is fuel cap indicator Side pistol hole Closer to see the pipes Arrows are exhausted pipes Ventilation caps on the other side. Note, no exhausted pipes on this side The heavy(upper) and light(lower) Recon draisines The heavy one(behind) was published before, check it Vikings: Really hardcore! TEAM 200!

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