It may be difficult for nowadays people to imagine that an armored vehicle which worked on the muddy battlefields could ever carry the elegant R-R trademark. In 1914, the British Admiralty took almost all the R-R Silver Ghost chassis and added a rotatable machine gun turret onto the chassis.
Those were known as the R-R armored cars which took part in the WWI, WWII, and some local wars and conflicts. They had a surprisingly long life.
This MENG VS-010 BRITISH R-R ARMORED CAR Pattern 1914/1920 model is 147mm long and 58mm wide. It has a total of 190 parts. It can be built as a 1914 or 1920 pattern. Two types of wheel rims and tires are included. The roof machine gun mount is rotatable. Clear light parts and fine PE parts are included.