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Type 92 Hokoku-Go Armored Car (1935)

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The Type 92 Armored Car excelled in fighting against Chinese forces for the Chinese lacked much in the way of armored fighting vehicles.

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Specifications for the
Type 92 Hokoku-Go
Armored Car

Country of Origin: Imperial Japan
Manufacturer: State Factories - Imperial Japan
Initial Year of Service: 1935
Production: Not Available

Focus Model: Type 92 Hokoku-Go
Crew: 4 or 5

Overall Length: 16.40 ft (5.00 m)
Width: 6.00 ft (1.83 m)
Height: 8.66 ft (2.64 m)
Weight: 7.1 US Short Tons (6,400 kg; 14,110 lb)

Powerplant: 1 x 4-cylinder engine developing 35 horsepower.

Maximum Speed: 38 mph (61 km/h)
Maximum Range: 124 miles (200 km)

NBC Protection: None
Nightvision: None

1 x 7.7mm Type 97 machine gun in traversing turret.
1 x 7.7mm Type 97 machine gun in middle hull

3,000 x 7.7mm ammunition

Type 92 Hokoku-Go - Base Series Designation

Imperial Japan