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Tortoise Speeder Truck
Craft: Mobquet Tortoise troop transport
Type: repulsorlift troop carrier
Scale: walker
Length: 22m
Skill; repulsorlift operation: Tortoise
Crew: 2
Passengers: 30 (troops)
Cargo capacity: 500kg
Cover: full
Altitude range: 0-1m
Cost: 17,000
Manueverability: 0D
Move: 35; 100kmh
Body strength: 3D+2
Weapons: none
Capsule: This was Mobquet's attempt to provide the Imperial Army with an armored personnel carrier. Despite the fairly heavy armor, the army was unimpressed, especially considering the high price tag. In an effort to recoup their losses on the vehicle, Mobquet has converted almost the entire production run into armored cars for use by corporations which have a need for secure transport. In this role the Tortoise has proven exceedingly difficult to hijack, and has become a minor success.


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