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Got a photo of a Canadian one? I would suspect that anything we used in the 50s would have been drawn from US stocks, not British, and by that time you'd be looking at a vehicle that resembled the Italeri kit more than the Bronco one. Dozer mount on the front hull, rubber block track, late turret features, etc.
I certainly don't know for sure, but that's how I'd bet sans photos.
then you would want a very early production example - Bronco's kit might fit the bill. I'm not sure whether the one at the Canadian War Museum is a Canadian example or not, but I would expect that the Borden one might be.
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Canadian Post War Chaffee
October 19 2011, 10:03 PM
Looking at images of the Chaffee at Borden in this link it seems to be a British version. Very nice to see this kit coming out. The Canadian post war Chaffees were used as training vehicles and a very unique part of Canadian armoured history.