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Does anybody know, if is available BJ80 in ambulance version for military? Or if is available chassis for bodyworks?
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The vehicle depicted in posts #47-48 and linked to in #39 has been developed by BAIC TAP Off-Road Vehicle Technology Co., Ltd., a JV between BAIC, Polaris-owned Transamerican Auto Parts, and Shandong Zhongsheng Investment Co., Ltd.
 

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BAIC CTL151A Yongshi (random pics)

CTL151A is a military "type-designation" assigned to the 5-door Yongshi, seen on the vehicles since 2016.




 

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Images from various threads in the BJ80 subforum

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Does anybody know, if is available BJ80 in ambulance version for military? Or if is available chassis for bodyworks?
thank you!
The BAIC Yongshi, as far as I have discovered, does not have an ambulance version or cab-chassis version, although there exists a theoretical possibility of the 3-door version being converted for ambulance use. However, this is not really necessary as the 2017 models of the old BAW Yongshi come in numerous versions, including long hardtop and cab-chassis, to satisfy these requirements (see the BAW Yongshi thread).

(Note I am differentiating the two cars as BAIC and BAW)
 

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Visually, the difference arises because of the wider wheel arches and the running board, compared to what we have seen in these pages. That means adding merely 4.25 cm to each side or less than two inches.

P.S.: F/R track is 1620/1620 mm for the updated model against 1540/1550 mm earlier. The new track and width are also applicable to the 2.3 L version. You are right that the axles have been widened.
 
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