Developed in the pre-war years, this armored vehicle was built in a hundred examples. It was armed with either an anti-tank rifle or a machine gun. The British Army used a few of these vehicles during the Battle of France in 1940 and all of them were eventually destroyed or abandoned. The remaining cars went later to North Africa to serve with the 11th Hussars Cavalry Regiment. The vehicles proved their worth there, but by the end of 1942, the battle worn out machines were replaced by more modern ones.
Our second release of the Morris portrays the CS9 vehicle as was operated in the sands of African deserts with special style tires and some more desert equipment as it served with the 11th Hussars Regiment. You can chose a staff vehicle, a combat-used vehicle or one that was captured by the Italians and wore some colorful slogans on its body. The major parts are resin cast, the kit also has a fret of etches and a few printed parts.