I don’t know about you, but it seems that trying to use honey for armor wouldn’t really work out too well, especially in the desert. I mean, it’d get hot and run all over everywhere. *gets a note on my desk* Oooh, Honey is just the name of the tank.
… That makes a lot more sense, then. Anyway, if you’d like a whole bunch of Honey tanks in one, Battlefront has the set for you.
From the post:
Honey Armoured Troop (BBX32)
includes five plastic Honey tanks, one plastic Tank Commander sprue, one Decal sheets and four Unit cards.
The M3 Stuart Light Tank is the first American- madetank supplied to the British Army under the lend-lease programme. One of its intended roles was infantry support. But to the British, infantry tanks are slow and heavily armoured, so the Honey is employed in the same way as the British-built cruisers. Compared with earlier British-designed tanks, it is much less prone to breaking down—so reliable that its drivers call it a ‘Honey’.