The Morris Light Reconnaissance Car was a light armored car, first introduced in 1940. It differed from other armored cars in that its three-man crew sat side by side, resulting in a relatively wide vehicle. The Mark I only had two-by-four drive, which was improved to four-by-four drive with the Mark II, introduced in 1943. A total of about 2200 were built before production ceased in 1944.
The Morris Light Reconnaissance Cars saw action in North Africa and Europe until the end of the war.
|Morris Light Reconnaissance Car|
|Armour (range)||8-14 mm|
|Speed (max)||80 km/h|
|Primary weapon||Boys Anti-tank Rifle (1)|
|Secondary weapon||7,5 cm Kw K (1)|