The MT-LBu is a Soviet multi-purpose fully amphibious armoured carrier which was developed under the factory index Ob'yekt 10 in the late 1960s, based on the MT-LB. It has a more powerful engine, a 40 cm higher hull and a longer chassis with 7 road wheels on each side.
In the 1970s the Soviet Central Auto and Tractor Directorate embarked on a development program to replace the AT-P series of artillery tractors (that were based on the ASU-57) with a new generation of vehicles. The MT-L was developed to meet this requirement based on the PT-76 chassis. The MT-LB is the armoured variant of the vehicle. Entering production in the early 1970s, it was cheap to build, being based on many existing components including the engine which is actually a truck engine. The MT-LBu is a bigger, unarmed version that is used as the basis for many specialised vehicles. It was built at the Kharkov tractor plant in the USSRas well as Poland (Stalowa Wola) and Bulgaria (Beta JSCo.) - Wikipedia
Used by several nations, such as Sweden, Finland, Hungary, Poland and Bulgaria.
5 Versions included.
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Credits: Walter Hawkwood whose tank tracks and wheels and M113.nif I used.
MT-LBu Armoured Personnel Carrier 2018-11-15
Cold War APC used by several nations.