This is a model I made at least 15 years ago during my model railroad days. The kit is very well made with a surprising amount of detail for its size. As I recall the plastic was more brittle and that cement attacked it faster than I expected but if you take care it builds quickly and results in a nice, sturdy little model. I built it straight out of the box.
I'm not entirely sure that this exact configuration saw service in WW1. But this basic vehicle was adapted to many roles - in fact this kit is offered as a flatbed, stake, tanker and aerial ladder truck. The manufacturer list the year as 1923, but I can see little difference (except wheels and lights) between this vehicle and the Mack AT, 1916-22 that saw service in WW1. Photos by Dan Malinak