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Alvis Stalwart and B81

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Difference between Alvis Stalwart and B81

Alvis Stalwart vs. B81

The Stalwart, formally classified by the British Army as Truck, High Mobility Load Carrier (HMLC), 5 Ton, 6 x 6, Alvis/Stalwart and informally known by servicemen as the Stolly, is a highly mobile amphibious military truck built by Alvis that served with the British Army from 1966 until 1992. B81 may refer to.

Similarities between Alvis Stalwart and B81

Alvis Stalwart and B81 have 2 things in common (in Unionpedia): FV430 series, Rolls-Royce B range engines.

FV430 series

The FV430 series covers a number of armoured fighting vehicles of the British Army, all built on the same chassis.

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Rolls-Royce B range engines

The Rolls-Royce B range was a range of petrol engines first intended to be installed in a car but in 1943 developed into a range to power the British Army's wheeled vehicles.

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Alvis Stalwart and B81 Comparison

Alvis Stalwart has 45 relations, while B81 has 6. As they have in common 2, the Jaccard index is 3.92% = 2 / (45 + 6).


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