Wayne Harris and his stunning build of a very interesting subject. The Panhard EBR-7 Algeria 1957 The EBR for "Engin Blindé de Reconnaissance" (reconnaissance armoured craft) was still favoured in the immediate postwar Army requirements, and Panhard was given carte blanche to resume the development of the 201

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, which it did, on the basis of a larger vehicle, the Panhard 212. Like the 201, this 212 retained most of its features like the general hull shape, convertible 4x4, and 8x8 nature, but added to that a symmetrical, low-profile hull with concentrated protection (identical rear and front) and two drivers, and most famously, an oscillating turret to replace the former conventional turret of the 201, and a four-man crew. Another particularity was the engine placed under the turret, due to its extreme compacity.



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