Hi folks! I thought I would post something different this time.
This is the GKN Simba Armored Personnel Carrier operated by the Philippine Army. Since it was first delivered in the 1990s, it has seen service with the PA over many local conflicts - including the Zamboanga Siege and the more recent Battle of Marawi - often with improvised add on armor made from furniture and wood tacked on. The vehicles would also be named after provinces in the country (Bohol, in this case.) and other famous landmarks.
It was designed by a British Company, GKN, but most of the fleet that would eventually be built (150 according to Wikipedia) would be assembled in my country - the Philippines. It was chosen among other competitors including American, British, French and German armored vehicles.
It was hoped by GKN that other countries might be interested in procuring the vehicle themselves, but due to the end of the Cold War and the Asian Financial Crisis - the Philippines would remain the sole operator of the vehicle.
Due to this fact, many Filipino modelers doubted that a 1/35 model of the vehicle would be build by a mainstream company. Fortunately, with the advent of 3D Printing - interesting but relatively rare vehicles such as the Simba have a chance to be represented in our hobby. In particular, I was happy to build and paint this vehicle as I rode in one back when I was an ROTC cadet in College.
Anyway, thanks for looking!