"A powerful raiding vehicle which is able to endure more damage and engage foot infantry better than other raiders"'

Historical Description Edit

"The British developed two excellent armored cars in parallel during WW II: the Daimler Armored Car (DAC) and the Daimler Dingo. The DAC was equipped with heavier armor and a 40mm anti-tank gun in addition to a machine gun. It proved it worth during the North African campaign and was eventually used on every front. Later in the war, the anti-tank guns on many DACs were modified with 'Littlejohn' adapters, adding armor penetration at the expense of range. The much lighter Dingo excelled in command and reconnaissance roles and was a favourite among officers. Both models continued in service after the war".