The only remains of the armored body is the front glacis plate, 18" / foot wells of the bulkhead and the lower sills, the rest is Kaput. So mine is either a mk3 or 4.
There are shared aspects from the Mk1 upto the Mk4.
Its not the drawings that are necessarily the interesting contents of Tankette MAFVA Magazine Vol.20 No.2 and Vol.32 No.2, the photographs of the Beaverette's are the main point of interest as those shots are not available elsewhere and provide quite abit of detail etc
Plus I have had a great interest in these vehicle for many years, I am also in contact with someone who is preparing to build a Mk1/2 replica
So Tankette MAFVA Magazine Vol.20 No.2 and Vol.32 No.2 would be of great use.
The example at Duxford, had the top cut off (from the bottom of the vision hatches up) post war which is possibly why its upper half dimesions are off .
I have searched through what Classic Military Vehicle & Military Machines International mags I have.
I don't have nos 5 and 7 of CMV so I will try and find copys of those. Thanks for that info.
From my research this is a previously unknown survivor, there are 10 survivors that I am aware of at present, including my example.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
if anyone has any artical's etc
This is the listing for my one.www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1943-STANDARD-TRIUMPH-BEAVERETTE-EX-ARMOURED-CAR-VERY-RARE-RUNS-amp-DRIVES-LOOK-/201991551646?rmvSB=true&clk_rvr_id=1467488985947&nma=true&si=Pxp8K33X%252BmXQTsfde5UsehZCvho%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557