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In England on home defence.
|Place of origin||United Kingdom|
|Manufacturer||Bedford (General Motors)|
|Weight||6.5 t (6.4 long tons)|
|Length||4.68 m (15 ft 4 in)|
|Width||1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)|
|Height||2.14 m (7 ft 0 in)|
|Armour||up to 9 mm|
|Boys anti-tank rifle|
|0.303 in (7.7 mm) Bren machine gun|
|Engine||Bedford 6-cylinder petrol engine
72 hp (54 kW)
|Suspension||4x2 wheel, leaf spring|
|480 km (300 mi)|
|Speed||64 km/h (40 mph)|
The Bedford OXA was serial built British heavy armoured car, made during the Second World War, by mounting an armoured body onto a Bedford OXD 30cwt (1.5 ton) truck chassis. 948 units were built in 1940–1941. The vehicle was used by regular units in 1940 and British Home Guard units until 1942. Its official designation was "Lorry 30cwt Anti-Tank". Its Anti-tank weapon was a Boys anti-tank rifle.
- I. Moschanskiy - Armored vehicles of the Great Britain 1939–1945 part 2, Modelist-Konstruktor, Bronekollektsiya 1999-02 (И. Мощанский - Бронетанковая техника Великобритании 1939–1945 часть 2, Моделист-Конструктор, Бронеколлекция 1999-02).
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