9. 1943 White M3A1 Scout Car
M3 scout cars first entered service in the United States military in 1938. The M3A1 model was introduced in 1940, with a bigger hull and more space. It saw action on almost all fronts of the World War Two. Thousands were shipped to the U.S. allies and were in use in Britain, Soviet Union, Free France forces, Belgium, Yugoslavia, and many others. Some kept them in service well after the war ended. Supposedly, M1A3 was General Patton’s favorite ride when near hostile forces. This particular car is from 1943 and is probably among the last few series produced since the United States started replacing them with M8 Greyhounds. Quite a collector’s item, if you are into those things.