During the German occupation of France in World War II the French Resistance constructed a number of improvised armored vehicles they called La Rochelle. From the French Ministry of Defense comes this photograph of four of the improvised armored vehicles. Many of La Rochelle survive in museums in France and their number even included “light cavalry” in the form of a 1937 Fiat-500 with a half-liter engine.
The lil’est rebel of them all!
From: Shushpanzer_Ru with more info here and here.
Looks like they started with a half-track frame but mounted rubber wheels on the rollers.
(Source: kvzh29, via cutitweldit)