The Dingo Scout Car was a light armoured car built in Australia during Second World War. They were produced by the Ford motor company during 1942. (for a laugh)
Rhino Heavy Armoured Car
At the outbreak of World War II the United Kingdom was unable to meet the needs of the Commonwealth for armoured fighting vehicles. It led many Commonwealth countries to develop their own AFVs.The vehicle utilised a CMP chassis and engine produced by General Motors Canada, the rear-engined model 8446, the same chassis as used for the Canadian "Fox" armoured car. To this a welded armoured body fabricated from Australian Bullet-proof Plate (ABP-3) of 30 mm thickness to the front and 11 mm to the sides and rear was fitted. The vehicle was completed by a welded turret with 30 mm all-round protection similar in design to that of the Crusader tank. The armament consisted of a QF 2 pounder Mk IX gun and a coaxial .303 inch Vickers machine gun.
I for one was surprised to hear about these what else have i not found yet.
Why not include the Humber Armoured Car? It had an M5 or M7 37mm gun.
Or the Morris A8 Quad? So what if it had no armour (don't let the sloping sides fool you) and no armament. It towed the 17 pounder.
But seriously, the designers have stated they won't incorperate any wheeled vehicles.