|Irish Armored Vehicles|
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|This is a non-profit making site! It contains details of Armored Vehicles designed, manufactured or used in Ireland, or, used by the Irish Defence Forces abroad.
Although never produced on a large scale, quite a number of interesting vehicles have been designed in Ireland, ranging from the Leyland and Ford Armoured Cars of the '30s and '40s to the Terrex AV81 for the 21st century.
This site is maintained as a hobby, by enthusiasts, who have no affiliation to any Government or Commercial body in Ireland or elsewhere.
Photos used on this site are either the property of this site or have been found on the web, over a number of years, and unfortunately their owner's identities may have been mislaid. If you own any of these photographs and you are not accredited or would prefer the photo to be removed, please let us know (e-mail address below) and we will rectify the matter.
If anyone has any additional material, either photos and/or data, and would be willing to have them included on this site, please send them to the address below.
|Timoney Armored Vehicles|
|Early Irish Built Armored Vehicles|
|Foreign Built Armored Vehicles used by the Irish Army|
|Irish Army Vehicles
A must for everyone interested in Irish Armor! Karl Martin has done an excellent job in documenting 80 years of Irish Army soft and hard skinned vehicles.!
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|Link to PMMS for a full review|
|Links to Irish Military sites|
|Irish Defence Forces|
|National Transport Museum|
|2nd Cavalry Sqn - B. Halligan|
|Irish Armoured Vehicles|
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