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M8 (6 x 6)

Country of Origin: USA


The M8 light armored car was used extensively during World War II by the U.S. Army. A small number were also supplied to the British, who named the car the Greyhound.

In conjunction with the production of the M8, a lighter armored version was produced under the designation M20 and used as an armored utility car.

The M8 has an all-welded steel hull, with the driver sitting on the front left side and a co-driver to his right. Both have a forward opening hatch to their front and a...

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