The photos show a Lancia which was discovered somewhere in Northern Ireland. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum asked the former Police Transport Workshops to restore the vehicle, which they did with a will. They used round head coach bolts rather than rivets and used steel panels rather than armour. As you can see from the photos work progressed well. Unfortunately I don't have a still of the finished vehicle but I remember it being driven around the workshops complex near Carrickfergus, in, I think 1998. I understand that it is now in the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. I've also included a couple of photos of Lancias whilst in use with the RIC. I have no idea of the location other than the photo with the RIC party is believed to have been taken in Belfast. Some of the vehicles continued in service with the RUC and there is a photo of one heading out on patrol from the then RUC Depot, laden with men, during WWII.