A model of the Morris Armored Car as available for the Dutch Army in May 1940. It was called “Koekblikje” or “Cookie tin” by the Dutch soldiers.

The Dutch had 3 cars of this type in service, called Wisent (M36313), Bison (M36311) and Buffel (M36312). They did perform some reconnaissance duties but never saw any serious action.

The model can be used in Platoon together with a Carden-Loyd tankette. Or you could field the Buffel and Bison in a platoon.

The AFC had crew of 4 to 6 and was armed with up to 4 Lewis M.20 6,5 mm Machine guns.

Resin print only.

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