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Armored Personnel Carrier
|Country of Origin/Used by:||Czechoslovakia & Poland along with many others including Algeria, Angola, Cambodia,East Germany, Hungary, India (1972), Iraq, Libya, Morocco, Sierra Leon, Sudan, Syria, Uganda (1978), and Uruguay.|
|First Produced/Service Dates:||1964|
|Crew:||2 - 12|
|Armament:||Various Armament packages depending on variant.|
|Engine:||8 Cylinder Tatra Model T-928-14 or -18 diesel|
co-produced by Czechoslovakia and Poland to use instead of Soviet
BTR-60/70 type vehicles.
The main versions produced were as follows:
OT-64A/SKOT: Czech Republic - Unarmed; Poland - Pintle mounted 7.62mm machine gun.
OT-65B/SKOT 2: Poland only: Pintle mounted 7.62mm or 12.7mm machine gun.
OT-65C(1)/SKOT 2A: Turret: (1) 14.5mm KPVT MG; Coaxial: (1) PKT 7.62mm MG
OT-65C(2)/SKOT 2AP: Poland Only; had a new turret but with same armament as SKOT 2A.
|Data Sheet Available:||
Sheet by Dave Haugh.
OT-64C/SKOT 2a Data Sheet by Dave Haugh.
|OT-64/SKOT APC Drawing||U.S. Army via Content Editor David Haugh|
|OT-64/SKOT APC Photos||David Haugh|
|OT-64C(1)/SKOT 2a APC Photos - Kemble Military Vehicle Show (2005)||David Green - Oxfordshire, UK|
|OT-64C(1)/SKOT 2a APC Photos||David Haugh|
|OT-64C(1)/SKOT 2a APC Photos - Kemble Military Vehicle Show (2006)||Dennis Trowbridge - Salisbury, UK|
|OT-64C(1)/SKOT 2a APC Photos - (From Saumur, France)||Dennis Trowbridge|
|Encyclopedia of Armoured Cars||Duncan Crow & Robert J. Icks|
|Jane's Tank Recognition Guide (4th Edition)||Christopher F. Foss|
|Wheeled Armoured Fighting Vehicles In Service||B.T. White|
Kits and Accessories
|OT-64C(1)/SKOT 2A APC Kit||Jadar/ARMO||1/35||Resin & Brass|