1942 Ford GPW. As you can see, this GPW is well-restored but the work
is about 13 years old. It has been well-stored and used monthly for
re-enactments and living history events. The restoration was frame-off.
Repairs included a front frame section repair and extensive body work
on an original tub. The work was done by a good country
mechanic who had a real passion for WWII vehicles. The body had some
blemishes which were kept to leave it as original as possible. When I
inspected it, it started first turn after sitting for over a month. It
went to a near-perfect smooth idle and maintained 30 lbs oil pressure.
The test drive was notable because although a bit difficult to engage
low range on the transfer case,
four wheel drive operated flawlessly. There was no excessive drive-line
lash or play and I was very impressed as that has rarely been found in
most vehicles. This vehicle is available for viewing with one week's
notice. Weekends are best. It is located in South Central PA near
|7185. WWII Chevrolet 1 1/2 Truck. This truck was put together
several donors. It began life as a bomb truck. The frame was grafted
longer and current owner repaired it
to standard 1.5 ton length. A hard cab was sourced. Current owner built
a custom bed for this truck, composite wood and steel construction. The
original military engine with very few hours on a military depot
overhaul was pulled apart by a local very reputable machine shop. The
engine checked out and was re-assembled. Note original bomb truck seats
in the cab. Note early war type of instrument panel. Engine is
configured with 12 volt alternator, but all original 6 volt equipment
comes with the truck for re-installation if the new owner desires. This
starts, runs, and stops very well. Clear title in current
owner's name. The truck is located near Baltimore MD and 1 day's
notice is needed for viewing. Call John at 410-608-3301 for this
truck and trailer below only.
|7194. WWII Nash Kelvinator 1 Ton Trailer. Very nice original paint. Note original lunette, chains, landing leg with wheel, blackout light switch, tailgate pins, emergency brake handle, unit markings. Damage to front panel of trailer will easily knock out. The bed is in excellent condition but note front panel lower end rust. Excellent candidate for restoration. No title- bill of sale only. The trailer is located near Baltimore MD and 1 day's notice is needed for viewing. Call John at 410-608-3301 for this trailer and truck above only.||SOLD|
|151. Titled 1961 M-151 MUTT. Restored with a
replacement Encore 151 body, this truck has all driveline components,
runs and drives, and is ready to go for an updated Vietnam-era vehicle
restoration or just to take it into the field. The jeep is
available for inspection by appointment only and is not located at our
yard. Not shown but included is a complete enclosure kit.
|1943 Converto Dump Trailer. The Airborne Dump Trailer was developed as part of the WWII CG-4A Glider Program in WWII. This small trailer would be flown into an assault landing zone on a Waco (or one of 15 other makers) CG-4A Glider. Airborne Engineer Troops also flown in would use this piece of equipment and other specially designed items to improve the landing zone to land powered aircraft and to tow the gliders home for their next mission. This one unfortunately lost its original data plate during transportation. It is a 1943 production model but was modified at some point to have the tail lights like later-model trailers. Missing some items but easily replaced.||$1100.00|
|The next three vehicles are Dodge WC64 Knock Down (KD)
Ambulances. The WC64 KD is one of the rarest of the WWII
Dodges. The design was innovative, mirroring future ambulance
compartment designs of the succeeding 50 years. The design was intended
as a replacement for the standard Dodge WC54 ambulance, and 2-3 KD
ambulances could be shipped cribbed and stacked in the space taken up
by one WC54. Most people (including me before I owned one) think that
the sides can be folded down for shipment but this is not so; the rear
body is modularly constructed so as to be taken apart, or "knocked
down," and placed into shipping crates. When the un-constructed
ambulance arrived at its overseas destination, it was assembled into
field use configuration. Due to its design to save shipping space at
the end of WWII I like to think of this ambulance as the one
built to invade Japan, intended to treat the million casualties
expected in that operation. 3500 were manufactured in WWII, most were
given as part of the Military Assistance Program (MAP) to European
armed forces after WWII, and a handful saw service with the US Army and
US Marine Corps during the Korean War. These three ambulances represent
a very rare opportunity to own a very interesting WWII vehicle.
More information on the WC64 KD is available on http://www.wc64.com.
|5022. (WC64KD-3) 1945 Dodge WC64 Knock Down (KD)
Project. The best project you can find available. This
truck is nearly 99% complete. The only items missing for a
complete restoration are the cab top bows and an original cab
canvas. All other items needed to restore this truck are here
with it. The hood number is original to this vehicle, but it is
put together from an original cab and chassis with title and a patient
compartment which was used as a shed for over 45 years before
acquisition. I have put the best parts available with this
project. With 20,000 original miles, and the original T-214
engine, this truck runs like a sewing machine and drives very
nicely. You won't find a better project KD Ambulance anywhere
unless you can source an un-restored one from Europe.
|1427. (WC64KD-1) Dodge WC64 KD (Knock Down) Ambulance
returned from Europe, this is one of two that we found in Pennsylvania.
It travelled a long distance before we got it. The engine is a
may not be rebuildable. This price is for a cab, chassis, and
rear lower body. Additional pieces to complete a patient
compartment are available for separate purchase.
|1419. (WC64KD-2) Dodge WC64 KD (Knock Down) Ambulance
returned from Europe, this is one of two that we found in Pennsylvania.
It travelled a long distance before we got it. This one has evidence of
USMC Markings on it from before it was given to the Military Assistance
Program (MAP). It is equipped with a T-137 engine, which is a post-WWII
Dodge Power Wagon replacement engine. The other engine accessories are
original to the truck except the fuel pump. Missing one half of the
hood. This price is for a cab, chassis, and rear lower
body. Additional pieces to complete a patient compartment are
available for separate purchase.
| Ford GTB Bomb Truck. This GTB was based at Patuxent
River Naval Air Station in WWII. It was sold surplus in the 1950's and
was used in a salvage yard in Northern Virginia. The engine ran within
the last few years, and we will probably fire it up in the fall to fun
around. This project includes the driver and passenger
seats, the chain fall and trolley, and
the small winch which was used to pull the trolley.
|1941 or 1942 Dodge 1/2 Ton Open Cab Weapons Carrier.
While in overall fair condition, the engine compartment on this project
is complete and original, having the original carburetor, air cleaner,
generator, and horn. Price reflects condition and we feel this
will make a good compliment to a truck without an original engine
|Awaiting New Photos!||1944 US Navy Mark IV Bomb Cart. Originating at
Lakehurst Naval Air Station, this was a standard WWII USN Bomb
Loading Cart. Unrestored.
|5460. Original WWII Ben Hur 1 Ton Trailer. A project
the landing leg and tailgate, this is otherwise a solid
restoration project. I have components to make the
|Awaiting Images!||1942 Dodge WC51 Weapons Carrier Project. A very nice
project. The body condition is very good with a small rust-out
area on the cargo body just behind the driver's area. Comes with
an original 1942 T-214 engine from a donor vehicle. Titled.
|1942 Saginaw Steering Gear Company M5 Bomb Trailer.
Serial number 3, the third one built. This trailer has 5 lug 7.50
x 20 rear wheels which is not original but more practical.
| 1977 WWII US Army Water Buffalo. Restorable tank, comes with
landing wheel and safety chains not pictured here.
| 1967 Kaiser M35 Turbo truck. This truck runs very
well, shifts nicely, and has a spare set of new wheels and tires.
||For information on these items or other items on this site, please call or text 443-250-9037||$|