From them to you:
As part of Britain’s slow re-armament programme during the mid 1930’s, the Morris was tasked with swiftly developing an interim armoured car design. Based on its C8 Commercial 4×2 truck, the chassis was lengthened and an armoured, riveted hull mounted. Armament was either a Boys AT rifle and Bren LMG or a Vickers 7.7mm MG in a two-man, open-topped turret. The vehicle was also equipped with a No.19 radio set.