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During WW2, of the 800,000 military vehicles of all types built in Canada, 168,000 were issued to Canadian Forces & 38% of the total Canadian production went to the British. The remainder of the vehicles went to the other Allies. This meant that the Canadian Army "in the field" had a ratio of one vehicle for every three soldiers, making it the most mechanized field force in the war.

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Canadian WW2 Military Vehicles

There are many different types of military ground vehicles designed for specific uses in various arenas of conflict, such as tanks and self propelled guns, but here we are focusing mainly on Canadian World War II utility, recon & personnel vehicles which carry limited or no weaponry.

Below are a few examples of Canadian WWII military vehicles of interest in this category, along with basic data. To view comprehensive listings and history of WWII military ground vehicles, including tanks from around the world go to this Wikipedia link.

Otter Light Reconnaissance Car

Otter Light Reconnaissance Car

Based on the the British Humber Mark 3 LEC this vehicle was developed by General Motors Canada in Oshawa, Ontario mainly for recon duties.

Light armament was in the form of a hull-mounted Boys anti-tank rifle and a Bren light machine gun in a small open-topped turret.

Engine: GMC 6 cyl. gasoline 106 hp / 79 kW

Suspension: 4 x 4 wheel, leaf spring

Speed: 47 mph / 75 km/h

Weight: 4.44 tons

Crew: 3

Units Manufactured: 1761

 

C15TA Armored Truck / Ambulance

C15TA Armored Truck / Ambulance

This vehicle was used as a personnel carrier & ambulance by both the British Army & canadian Forces in NW Europe during WW2.

It was a reliable, lightly armored utility vehicle & a total of nearly 4000 units were built by GMC in the Oshawa, Ontario plant.

Engine: GMC 6 cyl. gasoline 100 hp / 74 kW

Suspension: 4 x 4 wheel, leaf spring

Speed: 40 mph / 65 km/h

Weight: 4.5 tons

Crew:

Passengers: 6

 

Canadian Military Ford Lynx Scout Car

Ford Lynx Scout Car

Using the same body as on the British Daimler Dingo it was manufactured by Ford Canada in Windsor, Ontario., the Lynx Scout Car, or "Car, Scout, Ford Mark I"

The Lynx design grafted a Dingo hull onto a chassis fitted with a conventional four wheel drive, but with a more powerful Ford V8 engine.

Engine: Ford 239cc Flathead V8

Wheelbase: 81"

Height: 70 inches

Weight: 9370 lbs laden

Tires: 9.00 x 16

 

Canadian Military Pattern (CMP) Truck

Canadian Military Pattern (CMP) Truck

Most CMP trucks were manufactured by the Chevrolet division of General Motors of Canada Ltd and by the Ford Motor Company of Canada.

Total production of these trucks in Canada was over half a million & actually exceeded the number of similar vehicles produced by Nazi Germany in WW2.

Engines:

Chevrolet GM 216 cu in (3.5 L) gas I6
85 hp (63 kW) or

Ford 239 cu in (3.9 L) gas V8
95 hp (71 kW)

Drive: 4 x 4

 

Kangaroo Armored Personnel Carrier

Kangaroo Armored Personnel Carrier

The original Kangaroos were converted from 72 M7 Priest self-propelled guns. The term 'Kangaroo' was applied to any conversion of any previously armed vehicle to that of a personnel or general purpose carrier.

These were highly manouverable vehicles ideally suited to battlefields where they could be used in support of tanks.

Main Armament: 1 .50 cal MG (Early models)
1 .30 cal MG (Later models)

Secondary Armament: 1 .30 cal bow or cupola machine gun depending on model
Flamethrower - Kangaroo Badger: Replaced cupola machine gun.

Crew: 2 + 8 - 10 passengers

 

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