......this was a superb armoured car. Superceded by the improved Mk.II (UK17), it can be easily distinguished from the latter by the rear deck design and early gun mantlet. They served together with distinction in N. Africa, Italy, NW Europe and the Far East.
This was the improved version of the AEC Mk.II (UK54), with 507 of both Marks being built. It differed from the earlier version in having a redesigned Turret to take the 75mm gun. See UK54 for vehicle combat history.
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The first 335 vehicles had a different rear hull design but all other MkI's had the same design as the Mk.II. Externally the Mk.II differed by removal of the armoured roof, it being replaced with a canvas roll.....