Armored Car Number 2.

The single front and dual rear wheels can be easily seen in this view. The armored flap for the radiator is open, as well as the driver's hatch. The machine gun is mounted in the turret. (The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, image 00901, courtesy of The Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin; available from the Library of Congress.)

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Armored Car Number 2.

The entry hatch is open near the rear of the car, and the turret is provided with some ventilation as well with a hatch in its roof. Note the vision ports in the hull and turret, and that the spotlight has been covered with an armored box. (The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, image 00898, courtesy of The Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin; available from the Library of Congress.)

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Armored Car Number 2.

Stowage for a spare tire and pioneer tools was provided on the rear of the hull. The vision ports are closed on this car. (Picture from Development of Armored Vehicles, volume II: Armored Cars, Scout Cars, and Personnel Carriers.)

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Armored Car Number 2.

The engine exhaust can be seen under the vehicle in this view. (The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, image 00903, courtesy of The Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin; available from the Library of Congress.)

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Last updated 30 Mar 2014.
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