Bronco 1/35 Canadian Cruiser Tank RAM MK.II Early Production
-The United Kingdom had planned to produce M3 tanks in Canada, but M3 was considered to have a problem that the main gun was limited swing type, etc.] It was developed in agreement with Canada by designing anew.
-Development started in 1941 and trial production was completed in June, and mass production started in November.
-The mounting position of the main gun, which became a problem in M3, is mounted on the turret, and at that time it is possible to remodel the front of the turret by bolting so that it can be changed quickly in the future because the 6 pound can not be prepared.
-The first Mk.I with a 2 pounder is produced, and the 6 pounder with a Mk.II is produced from 1942.
-In addition, the shape of the car body has been changed during the production of MK and II, and there is no side hatch and body gun tower.
-The produced vehicle is remodeled into a ram kangaroo etc. from which other turrets used for training were removed.