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Daimler Ferret Scout Car Mr. Freeze Thugmobile MkII

Daimler Ferret Scout Car MkII in Batman & Robin, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle — Model origin: UK

Daimler Ferret Scout Car Mr. Freeze Thugmobile MkII

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle


Alexander DE

2005-10-29 02:39


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antp BE

2005-10-29 10:25


Is it the same kind than this vehicle?
Maybe it would be better to use the same kind of labelling then (e.g. quotes around the nickname, "Mk." at the same position, etc.); I do not know which one is the correct labelling style.

Alexander DE

2005-10-29 11:45


No, it is a different vehicle.

The Dingo came into service with the British Army before the war (~1939), while the Ferret is about 15 years younger.

How to write a name for a military vehicle correctly is always a problem. Officially this vehicle was called 'Armoured Car, Daimler Mk.II'. Many armies don't use the maker's name at all: for example the 'Willys MB' is simply a '¼ ton truck, 4x4'. Army classification is a bit different to the civil (and our) system.

To keep it in the same shape I will use the 'naming convention' I used for the Ferret. I will use inverted kommas for nicknames only. After the war the British Army used -- as far as I know -- official names at least on some models (like Ferret, Chieftain, Centurion, etc.). If someone knows better, please let me know.

-- Last edit: 2005-10-29 12:32:40

2491tj EN

2006-04-21 01:38


its a postwar ferret,not a dingo...the ferrets wheels are bigger.

jeepboy AU

2007-01-23 06:24


In my opinion, the year "1939" should be removed from the ID for this vehicle. The first Ferret wasn't made until post-WW2.

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