Good morning, gentlemen!
Thanks, Eswube! Since the last year, I was searching for a picture of an camera shy cuban vehicle (it is called "Paquito" and it was a local adaptation of the KraZ 255 truck with armour and a twin 23 gun turret and a V shaped floor, it was used in Angola in the 1980s, but I don´t know the specs or the combat record of this early MRAP), but I found instead several other interesting systems made with recycled materiel, so I am uploading the first of them:
This one, called in Djibouti BTR-60 H-90 was done from 12 ex-iraqui APCs and the turret of AML-90s.
And this is BTR-60-73M, done from the large stocks of soviet APCs and turrets from BMP-1 (the chassis was perhaps be used for making a turretless tank hunter with the smooth bore T12 gun), as seen during the Military Parade of 2014 at Havana.
Credits: The starting vehicle was Caddaric´s excellent BTR drawing, in the former the turret is from Cplnew´s AML-90 drawing, and in the later, the turret is also from a Caddaric´s drawing. Thanks to both of you. Cheers.
P.S. There is a lot of recycled equipment in the recent war in Syria. Some of these systems looks directly to the past (1960s, coupling T-34 or T-55/55 chassis with several gun/howitzers; or BTR-1502/50/60 with any turret or gun available), but others seems to have been inspired in an apocalyptical future (Mad Max).
According to Tank Encyclopeda one BTR-60 was converted after an AML-90 that was knocked out