Perhaps at first glance an unusual choice of kit to make. It was one that I never owned as a kid, nor was there really (I must confess) any great urge to rush out and buy the kit as a kid. So why now? It does have its uses, honest.
For my Command Decision British 1944 RTR, in the command company it can serve as a recovery vehicle until I scratch build a Sherman ARV or the like, least the front Scammell tractor part of the kit can :)
The formation somehow feels more complete for having it!
As a footnote for "geek" merit, all the wheels (some eighteen all told) move, although it has a rather cumbersome gait or waddle when pushed (and is kept well away from the playful kids)