British Light Utility Car 10HP w/Camouflage
British forces used passenger vehicle chassis, during WWII, as the foundation for pick-up style army automobiles. Officially called "Light Utility Car" soldiers called them affectionately by the nickname "Tilly". The car was designed with a 30hp engine and rear wheel-drive. But the vehicle did not have adequate off road abilities and ended up being quickly changed by 4WD automobiles. As a result, the "Tilly" had been used in airbases for liaisons plus in other paved areas. The car served into the Dunkirk evacuation, North African and Italian fronts, and European countries from Normandy intrusion on.
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