Includes three Armoured Autocars.
Major Raymond Brutinel, a successful French businessman who had immigrated to Canada before the outbreak of the war, organised and raised a mobile machine-gun unit with private funds. He organised armoured trucks to be built by the American Auto Car company. Each Autocar had an open topped armoured box with an angled front plate and drop sides. The machine guns were pedestal mounted and capable of firing over the sides of the vehicle. The machine-guns could also be dismounted for ground use.
Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by Jeremy Painter
The Armoured Autocar
The Armoured Autocar Section in Great War
Unit cards for the Armoured Autocar Section are contained in the Great War British Unit Card pack (GBR901)…