Thanks for the picture ,but it ain't a morris commercial C8 GS
I did some more searching and found this treath with the same picture as above ,on Mapleleafup forum .
http://www.mapleleafup.org/forums/showt ... stid=64244
They say the same thing ,this vehicle is a Morris Commercial C8 FAT (Quad)
Someone said :
Going by the fact this is in Normandy, I do not think that was a GS version of a C8, the C8GS did not come into service until late 1944. The points to look at here are the flat section front wings and the outer top of windscreen frames slightly angled in. It was a C8 Field Artillery tractor. possibly captured in Dunkirk or thereabouts.
I was also looking at the point's he mentioned.
I did find a lot of Morris Commercial C8 FAT (Quad) pictures on google,but i coulden't find anny picture of the configuration that i mentioned ,a Morris Commercial C8 FAT with a cargobed.
Those handy germans rebuild it with a cargobed