Named the Greyhound by the British, the M20 Armored Utility Car was used in a command and reconnaissance roll during WWII. Having an open top, the main armament for the M20 was a M2 .50 Cal machine gun. The M20 was derived from the M8 Greyhound which had an open turret that mounted a 37mm anti-tank gun.
There is 1 known M20 Armored Utility Car on display in Wisconsin. It is at the following location:
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|Military Veterans Museum and
Education Center (In storage while new museum building is being built)
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