The M561 Gama Goat was a six-wheel drive semi-amphibious vehicle originally developed for use by the US military in the Vietnam war. An ambulance version was known as the M792. Other variants included a TOW ATGM team carrier, a comms vehicle (separate shelter installed in the cargo compartment), mortar carrier, and two radar carriers, one for a counter-mortar/artillery system, and one for the FAAR aircraft detection system. Some 14,274 Gama Goats were built, both for the UA Army and the Marines. However, it had quirky steering and a very noisy engine which limited its tactical use. Further information can be found at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gama_Goat and https://olive-drab.com/idphoto/id_photos_m561.php.
The model is in five parts, as the two bodies are printed separately. A separate cap for the articulated joint is provided, but this may prove challenging at this scale. A windscreen is provided, as the vehicle is modelled without its front weather cover. The wheel is a separate item; six will be required.
Alternative back halves are provided. The first is the basic cargo body, with rear tailgate. The second adds the side frames to provide a higher enclosure for cargo or personnel.
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