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White Scout Car
C -Squadron
Inns of Court Regiment "Devil's Own"
1st Corps, attached to 11th Armored Division
Normandy, June 1944

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This is my second 21C/TUS White Scout Car(WSC). This time around it is part of the Inns of Court Regiment, the Armored Car unit of the 11th AD. Used a mix from the internet blogs for the SCC2 brown color. I think it looks the part! As in my previous WSC build (one in German service) I lowered the rail on the back to make it look more like the real vehicle. Used stencils for the IOC and C squadron insignia. Used John's Stuff decals for the "44" armored regiment insignia. I have a .50 cal mg and a .30 cal mg for future variations, but left them out of these first images. I did change some items on the headlights and the front of the vehicle. I'm planning another WSC as a 11th AD command vehicle an wanted for the vehicles to look different.

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Excellent detailing and weathering as in all your projects.
Iirc the US Army in WWII used Olive Drab (darker and reddish olive green) on all the vehicles and armor (and Aircraft) while some of the American tanks and vehicles in HM Army had a different coat of green (khaki green or a greenish OD).
From what I gather 'till 1941 the khaki green was in use. Note the black camo mikey mouse or it's a British OD camoed over the Khaki Green:
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but in NWE they started using the British OD (a bit lighter and greenish version of the US OD, the same you used on your Staghound and Jeep...?) and often overpainted with black round spots (Mikey Mouse) on the edges for camouflage. Particularly on DDay there are tons of British vehicles showing that painting style.
Just saying...
 
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