Universal Carrier taken by Trevor Lees, from Cradley Heath, West Midlands, England during his National Service in the 1950's.
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I would say that this is the T16 variant of the Universal Carrier. The Carrier, Universal, T16, Mark I was a significantly improved vehicle based upon those built by Ford of Canada, it was manufactured under Lend Lease by Ford in the United States from March 1943 to 1945. It was longer than the British Carrier and was fitted with an extra road wheel on the rear bogie, making for a pair of full Horstmann dual-wheel suspension units per side. The T16 was also fitted with a more powerful (100 hp) engine.