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Spot on. Apparently based on the TH-310. http://www.warwheels.net/USAArmoredCarThesisHAUGHto1940.html 12 built according to one link.
http://www.network54.com/Forum/330333/thread/1111927699/Persian+Chariots useful information if the Anglo-Soviet occupation of Iran had ‘turned hot’.
I’ve also seen a reference to the Marmon-Herrington ‘A7SC’ which probably isn’t the same thing & too obscure to photograph (at least online). Apparently bought by Iran, China and Venezuela, along with 38 unarmoured ones for training for the USNG. (Reference looks to be a pirated copy of an OOP book so not linking!) also http://www.warwheels.net/USAacChronologyHAUGH.html
EDIT -this may be the A7SC. It has the look of a M-H product, though it’s listed as the Ford M-H T13 SC. From http://militarymashup.com/armored-wheeled-pre-ww2.htm (lots of other obscure vehicles on that link!)
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