The M-3 scout car, developed by the American company "White" had fourwheel-drive and carried 6 soldiers in its armored body. It was equipped with 2 or 3 machine guns and a radio station. Around 3500 of these cars were supplied to the USSR during the land lease agreement in World War II. It was used mainly for the transport of special assault groups of the Red Army. Requires assembly and painting.
The equipment and appearance of the model can be changed by the manufacturer without special notice.