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To my knowledge, this is the only accurately restored Dodge WC-55 (37mm Gun Motor Carriage M6) mounting a live anti-tank gun in the world. There are around half a dozen other WC-55s that have been restored to varying levels, but all mount hand-made dummy guns. This truck is also unique in that it was one of the few trucks that mounted a radio during its operational life with the army. I do not know how many of the 5,380 produced carried the radio, but it was a small number.
The truck was purchased in October 1989 and the restoration was completed in November 2012. The vehicle appears to have spent its life in the western US. Other than some pitting in the bed storage boxes there was no rust on the vehicle. Ownership could only be tracked to the 1980’s. Both of the previous owners were located in Arizona.
The vehicle was stripped to the frame. As parts were removed, all paint was removed by sandblasting, bead blasting or other methods of stripping to bare metal. Small rust pitting in the bottom of the bed wells (under the ammo boxes) were primed with POR 15 rust inhibitor to prevent further rusting. All parts were then primed and put into storage. Once stripped and primed, all parts were painted the correct OD using Gillespie enamel paint. Stenciling was applied using the Ordnance drawings used by the upgrade depot to install the accessories and the gun. The drawings specified location of all stenciling and location of all holes to be drilled for the installation of the water pail bracket, shovel bracket, axe bracket, scabbard brackets, fuel can bracket, water can bracket, ration box, ammo boxes, tool box bracket, relocation of the body identification tag and footman loops for all the tie-down straps.
One nice item was all the mounting holes for tools etc. had not been filled in and matched the drawings.
Although the motor in the truck had the correct identification number it was determined to be a replacement because it was longer than an original T214 motor. A replacement motor of the same vintage (built approximately 4 months later) was installed. The replacement motor was rebuilt twice. The second time by a master motor mechanic (instructor for a heavy equipment company) using NOS parts from Midwest Military and Vintage Power wagon. See attached list of work performed. The motor was then repainted using two part urethane paint matching the original color. (Parts of the transmission still had original paint to match against).
The fuel tank was repaired, cleaned and sealed by Renu USA. All new custom pre-bent “armored” fuel lines from Vintage Power Wagons were installed. The fuel pump and carburetor were rebuilt. A new fuel gage sender was installed and grounded. New rubber fuel lines were also installed.
New custom pre-bent “armored” brake lines from Vintage Power Wagons were installed. New wheel cylinders were installed on all four wheels. The master cylinder was rebuilt. All of the brake system connectors and rubber lines were also replaced. New riveted brake shoes were installed.
Other mechanical items include: a new clutch was installed; the winch PTO was rebuilt; the transfer case was rebuilt including new bearings and gaskets; a new gasket for the rear differential was installed; both front and rear differentials were removed and cleaned; the differential housings were cleaned and new gaskets installed; and all new universal joints on all drive shafts were installed. The winch was rebuilt and all new gaskets installed. The truck’s original winch had been removed. A take-off winch was purchased and frame sections from a WC-52 were welded the truck. The Kingpins were check and adjusted to specifications.
All new wiring from Vintage Wiring of Main was installed. New light bulbs were installed in all light fixtures. A set of magnetic tail lights was made for additional safety in driving on the highways. They connect through the trailer light plug and can be removed for display purposes.
The front springs were replaced with take offs from another WC Dodge.
The seats were replaced with take-offs from a WC-52. Cushions and backs are from Beachwood Canvas. Original seat and back springs are available if wanted. They are in poor shape.
As a minor note: all bolts are original Dodge marked bolts where installed by Dodge. The add-on equipment and brackets did not use Dodge bolts.
The gun is a live registered 37mm M3 anti-tank gun and will require transfer through ATF.
Parts unique to the WC-55 are a combination of original parts and reproduction parts using either original part for templates or using original US Army Ordnance Drawings.
Original parts: Axe bracket and shovel bracket.
Parts reproduced using actual parts as templates: Cleaning rod brackets, ammo boxes scabbard brackets, water pail bracket and ration box.
Parts from Ordnance drawings: gun mount, gear case, internal gear case parts, shield, shield connector bracket, shield braces and second recoil shield.
New data plates were installed. The WC-55 has four unique data plates: the vehicle information, list of publication, body identification and the gun mount identification. New plates were made using originals or photos from an original manual as templates. The original identification data plate will also be included
PRICE : $89,500.00 W/ LIVE GUN
1986 AM GENERAL M944-A1 6 X 6 5 TON CHASSIS MACHINE SHOP VAN MODEL( SEORTM )
This is an Organizational maintenance truck mounted shop equipment . Truck is powered by a Cummins model NHC-250 diesel engine driven through a 5 speed Allison automatic transmission with two speed transfer case, power steering, air brakes. Gauges show 6448 miles and 0531 hours. Item consists of a mobile shop. with folding sides that can be opened one side at a time (hydraulic) and a rear opening type body mounted on a chassis with an EMCO MAIER Co. South Bend 1308 lathe with misc attachments and chucks. Electrical power is provided by an installed generator (30kw) single and 3 phase power operated by the vehicle's power take off. Has air compressor, sliding boom with pulley that extends out the back, 60k btu heater in the rear fires by the trucks diesel, has hydraulic press, mics tools, tool boxes, lathe, wire welder, stick welder, welding rod heater/dry box, etc. All tires are 75%. Clean and dry undercarriage. THIS COST TAXPAYERS $155K NEW !!! Starts right up and runs great !! 60mph tops. These are rare trucks.
One of the missions of the M944 chassis was to carry a shop shelter with nomenclature Shop Equipment. Organizational Repair. Truck Mounted (SEORTM). The SEORTM is referred to as "Bat Wing" because of its appearance when the side panels are opened. SEORTM is a self-contained machine shop. with lathe. other metal working tools. all powered by a generator driven by a shaft from the M944 PTO.
I have powered up the shop and run the lights and air compressor. I have not run the lathe. Not many tools in the drawers. There are some attachments for the lathe. There is lots of storage and even some overhead. the troops used to sleep in the overhead bins !!
It is sold as-is no warranty. Please ask questions.
PRICE : $19,500.00
LOCATION : ATKINS , ARK.72823
1989 A.M. General M939/M35 A2 5 Ton
1941 WC-56 DODGE COMMAND CAR
1941 Dodge Command Car. WC56 with winch added. Totally redone in 1994 and shipped to Normandy for the 50th D-Day celebration. Engine and transmission were rebuilt, wiring replaced, new 12 volt generator, 5 new tires, new Beachwood top and seats. This was all done 20 years ago but has been driven maybe 50 miles since returning from Normandy. Speedometer shows 674 miles, most done in France without any problems. Front boxes were added for the D-Day trip to carry spare parts etc. Always kept inside, many spare parts included.
ROLLING THUNDER ' VIETNAM ERA GUN TRUCK
PBR-2 ( PATROL BOAT _ RIVER )
I believe the hull of This PBR-2 was made by Modutech Marine although there is no data/info tags of any kind on the hull nor any serial #. It was a bare hull when we bought it and appeared brand new. We had three other hulls and used the parts from those hulls to complete the new hull. The engines are the original Detroit 6V53N engines from one of the PBRs. The man who sold us the hull the engines came out of owned a Detroit Diesel franchise. The engines were rebuilt there. We had to modify the stringers in the hull to accommodate the PBR engines. (this is one of the reasons I believe this is a Modutech hull) The Jet pumps are Jacuzzi 14YJ pumps rebuilt from parts of six different pumps out of PBRs. Both the suction pieces and pressure bowls on these pumps are “ni-resist” steel, as opposed to the aluminum parts of early pumps. The steering and forward/reverse “clam shell” are original PBR parts. Many other parts of the pumps were purchased from North American Marine Jet who bought out Jacuzzi.
All of the pluming, fuel system, sea-water system, armor plate, rear cal .50 mg mount, exhaust system and mufflers, throttle quadrants, instrumentation, canopy frame and canopy (nos) are original PBR parts. The fore deck twin machine gun mount is the correct tub, but is the 20mm cannon version. (we modified some 50s to fit into it) The radar mast and beacon mast were fabricated. New battery and starter cabling has been installed. The rest of the electrical system is about 50% complete. We have a civilian radar dome and screen panel similar to the original military one, which has not been installed or tested. Also, am missing some of the engine exhaust pipe heat blanketing.
1979 AM GENERAL M151A2 (AM151A2) with matching M416A1 Trailer
11,192 actual miles!
Considered by many to be the world’s best A2, this MUTT was hand built by Dave Pizzoferrato using an NOS body, NOS parts and the title to a late A2. For the story of this MUTT, be sure to visit this link http://odcloth.com/mymutt/1979am151a2.html by Dave Pizzoferrato (used by permission). Be sure to see the series of photos on this link!
This MUTT includes many upgrades such as halogen and LED lighting, advanced headlight switch and battery maintainer. There is both a removable disconnect key (shown) and a hidden battery disconnect for security. The carburetor has been upgraded to the famous 1960 Holley for better and more consistent performance (No back slap). The paint is enamel, not CARC for better maintenance. OD gray vinyl is a product of Dave’s WeeBee Webbing and is customized for ˝ door and side curtain roll up capability.
An awesome sounding Pioneer stereo is included in a removable center console with 24 > 12V reduction, power points, and detachable antenna and power supply cable, all custom-built by Dave himself.
Headlight brush guards and a custom vinyl grill brush guard complete with bug screen accent the front!
Accessories include: Tool and jack kit, manual set, can spout with sleeve, Passat Kevlar Helmet, Airsoft type M16A1 rifle with a gun rack that is applied to the dash using super magnets as shown (no holes drilled), and a few other items shown in the photo. Also shovel, ax, 2 GI keyed-alike padlocks, late fuel and water cans.
A very nice Stevens M416A1 trailer, restored to match the MUTT is included. The trailer has the same upgraded lighting and a matching OD gray vinyl cover.
PRICE : $35,000.00
1991 M936 A2
MILITARY 5 TON 6X6 ROTATOR WRECKER UPDATED 2004
LISTED IS A REALLY SWEET 1991 M939 MILITARY 6X6 ROTARY WRECKER. UPDATED 2004 AND JUST SERVICED IN 2012 WITH ONLY 6,741 MILES SINCE IT WAS UPDATED! THIS TRUCK IS LIKE NEW! RUNS AND DRIVES PERFECTLY. NO LEAKS, SMELLS, NOISES, NOTHING PERIOD. SWEET! A LOT OF NEW PARTS. NEW FLOOR MATS, BRAND NEW TOP. A LOT OF PARTS HAVE BEEN REPLACED OR REBUILT. THE RIMS &TIRES ARE NEW! THE TIRES DO NOT GO FLAT EVER. CTIS IS NEW BUT DOES NOT WORK. THE SPARE IS NEW! THE LIGHTS ALL WORK INCLUDING THE HAZARD LIGHT. CHECK OUT THE SPECS ON THESE TRUCKS! THEY ARE UNREAL! THE 45,000 LB. WINCH ON THE BACK WILL PULL A LOADER OUT OF THE MUD, AND BREAK IT IN HALF IF IT DOES NOT COME! NO RUST PERIOD! UPDATED IN 2004! FLUIDS LOOK NEW! CAN’T BEAT NEW! PUT THIS TRUCK RIGHT TO WORK, AND YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED! BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK GOING..WILL NOT LAST LONG.
(ODOMETER: 6,742 miles); Engine - CUMMINS 8.3L TURBO INTERCOOLED; Transmission ALLISON 5SP AUTO Model - MT654; 3 Axles; Wheelbase - 179; Suspension Type - SPRING; Fuel Tank Capacity (Left) - 70 gal; Fuel Tank Capacity (Right) - 70 gal; N/A 5th; Tire Size (Front) - 14.00R 20; Tire Size (Rear) - 14.00R 20; 6 Steel Wheels; Front Winch: 20,000lb, Rear Winch: 45,000lb
ENG. HOURS 333, ROTARY CRANE MAX LOAD W BOOM JACKS 20,000 LBS, RETRACTED LENGTH 10 FT. EXTENDED LENGTH 18 FT. CABLE LENGTH 95 FT 5 IN. PINTLE HITCH, NEW SPARE TIRE
PURPOSE: These vehicles are used for wrecker and salvage operations. They have a revolving Hydraulic crane with a self-supported extendable boom. Boom-to-ground supports and outriggers are provided.
1991 MILITARY M925 A2 TURBO WINCH TRUCK REBUILT 2010
1991 M925A2 5 TON MILITARY TRUCK. 22K ORIGINAL MILES. COMPLETELY REBUILT IN 2010, WITH NOW ONLY 160 MILES.! LOOKS AND SMELLS NEW! CUMMINS 8.3L TURBO INTERCOOLED DIESEL. NO EXPENSES SPARED. COMPLETELY REBUILT BY RED RIVER IN 2010!. MANY PARTS HAVE BEEN REBUILT OR REPLACED. BRAND NEW ENGINE, TRANS, EVERYTHING LOOKS BRAND NEW. SWEET DRIVING TRUCK! THIS TRUCK IS HUGE AND AWESOME! RUNS AND DRIVES PERFECT. GETS OVER 10 MPG! LOADS OF POWER, RUNS LIKE A SCALDED CAT! NO DRIPS, SMELLS, BROKEN PARTS, NOTHING. NO RUST PERIOD. THE TRANSMISSION SHIFTS PERFECTLY. RUNS 65MPH! NEAT TURBO SOUND! NO LEAKS! INTERIOR IS IN GREAT SHAPE. ABS INSTALLED. FULL AIR BRAKES STOPS ON A DIME AND GIVES CHANGE! THE NEW MICHELIN TIRES ARE 99% OR BETTER. NEW CARC CAMO PAINT. THE BED LOOKS LIKE NOTHING WAS CARRIED IN IT. INCLUDED IS A BRAND NEW SPARE MICHELIN TIRE. INCLUDED IS FIBERGLASS SEATS! THIS IS A COMPLETE TRUCK THAT NEEDS NOTHING TO GO RIGHT TO WORK OR PLAY. THIS IS THE TRUCK WITH ALL THE OPTIONS! 8.3 TURBO CUMMINS, WINCH, HEAT, 5SP ALLISON AUTOMATIC, CTIS, (not working) GLASS SEATS, VERY HARD TO FIND RARE TRUCK WITH ALL THE OPTIONS , IN FANTASTIC NEW CONDITION. THIS TRUCK DOES -NOT- REQUIRE A CDL IF REGISTERED AS “HISTORIC”. THIS TRUCK IS TITLED AS A 1988 FOR “HISTORIC” TAGS IN ALL STATES. PLEASE CHECK YOUR STATES LAWS BEFORE BUYING. IF YOU WANT THE BEST OF THE BEST, AND NOT SETTLE FOR ANYTHING LESS, THIS TRUCK IS THE TICKET!. PLEASE CHECK OUT THE PICTURES CAREFULLY.
PRICE ; $24,995.00
1943 DIAMOND T 981 12 TON M-20
This Diamond T was originally part of Kevin Kronlund's (Army Cars USA) collection.Truck run's drive's and stop's very well. 9,761mile's Still need's TLC in the wiring, no light's or gauges work except oil, temp, air, tachometer & Speedometer. Brand new top from Beachwood Canvas. I have driven this truck up to 50 mile's in one stretch at top speed with no issue's. A really good buy on a very clean running Truck.
Location : Jacksonville , Fla. 32211
1941 Diamond T 4-Ton Wrecker Model 969A
Has soft top
Everything works and runs good
Full air brakes
Nice piece of history
Needs a paint job
2001 H1 Alpha Hummer 4 X 4
This is one beautiful machine, equipped with 12,000 Lb. Winch , Dual fuel tanks , 6.5 Liter Diesel engine , Tire inflation system , FULL underbody skid plate, Bose sound system , Auto transmission with Overdrive, PS, PB, FULL AIR Cond. Cruse control and Has 9,700 Miles on it. The MSR in 2001 was $117,500.00 .
You can come drive it home for $87,500.00
8 Each. Michelin 14:00 R20 XL Tires, ( NEW )
These are all NEW , never mounted and still have the factory stickers as seen in the photos. they have always been stored inside and have never set outside, so there isn't any Sun UV fading or weathering of any kind , not even any dirt on them anywhere , they are perfect . The attached photos show the tires as they set now, These were purchased for a V-100 upgraded but the V-100 is now sold . These are great super - singles for any of the 6 X 6 cargo truck variety and are being used commonly on modified off - road trucks, mudders and bobbed deuces etc.$5,500.00 invested.
Will sell for $4,500.00
1990 (5) Ton TTC Recovery Vehicle
About a year ago Gov.Liq. auctioned off one just like this, it did not run and 4 of the 6 tires were rags and it went for $30,000.00 . This one starts and runs great , everything works and all in good operating condition. All it needs is cosmetic rehab. Odometer shows 17,000 miles , and it has (2) 30,000# DP hydraulic rear winches, (1) 15,000# DP hydraulic front winch , (1) Wajax/Palfinger Hydraulic Crane , Hydraulic hoist w/ bumper and wheel lift attachments ( Shown in photos ) and a Arctic Heater.
LVS ( Logistics Vehicle Systems )
2 fronts , 1 rear , 1flat bed ( attached to front in photo ) Also 1 spare wheel , fair condition, known parts missing from both fronts : starter and alternater. We believe they can be purchased from GMC.
1966 M-416 1/4 Ton Army Trailer
This is a very nice M-416, Serial # 3654 completely refurbished with correct paint, markings , Canvas cover ( with frame ) , manuals and 2 new spares mounted on rims .$1,850.00
5 KW Diesel Generator Set with only 384 Hours.
This is a 1983 Hollingsworth generator Model MEP-002A with a Cummings diesel motor it comes with specks & parts manuals and is perfect for home and shop as it is 60HZ , 120 Volts single phase , 120/240 single phase , 120/208 3 phase. AMPS 52 . 26 . 17.3. Wgt. is 960 LBS. $2,500.00.
Both the Trailer and the Generator are located in Swamscott , Ma. 01907
Pak 35/36 German WWII 37 MM Anti Tank Gun ( Built 1940 )
This is an all original absolutely mint condition Anti Tank Gun, ALL Numbers Match including the breach, comes with original Tool Kit , Cleaning Rod , Sight and Scope. The Breach is all original Un- Molested and fully operational and the gun has the Aluminum Trales. This is truly a one on a kind Museum piece. Not rebuilt , Not Restored But an Original.
1953 GMC tractor 6 X 6
Data plate says XM-221 truck tractor, Serial # 975, delivery date 7-53. completely restored from frame up. new transmission, a Memphis rebuilt with Memphis shift kit new engine, transfer case rebuilt, od green, pto for winch not on truck but have.
1954 Willys Model M-170 front line 4 X 4 Ambulance
This is a real nice all original unmodified M-170, it has the full correct canvass enclosure, correct paint and markings and it runs and drives great. It was delivered June 1954 and is showing 28,678 on the Odometer.
Location: Redwood Valley, Ca. 95470
Truck, Wrecker: Crain, 2 1/2 ton M-108 with winch
M35-A2 2 1/2 6 X 6 Cargo Trucks, 3 to choose from
All three of these trucks are in good running condition, rust free and ready to go. Two have power steering assist and one has the machine gun ring , come and pick one out.
Your choice at $5,900.00 Ea.
Location : Santa Barbra, Cal.
Car, Railway Maintenance, Mutigage , 8-Man, 60 HP
Gasoline engine Willys Model MB Motor Car / Speedster
If this is not the most unusual and the most rare WWII vehicle I have had the opportunity to sell it is definitely in the top three. It was built for the U.S. Army Transportation Corp by the Kalamazoo Manufacturing Co. Kalamazoo Michigan. It is serial number 5913 USA number M1013 and was delivered January 1945. What makes it interesting to me is they used everything they could from the MB, purchased right from Willys. The engine complete with oil filter, air filter, regulator, battery, bell housing and T-84 transmission and all of the gauges are the same as the MB. They even used the MB fuel tank and radiator. It is 4 wheel drive and that is accomplished through chain drive and a forward-reverse lever which gave three gear speeds in each direction so the transfer case was not needed. When it was found and purchased 5 or 6 years ago, it was still in very good running condition and had never been allowed to set outside. Most of the vehicle is wood and due to inside storage for 60 years 95% of the original wood was saved in the total restoration. You can see in the as purchased photos (yellow trim) how good the wood was, only the side rail boards had to be replaced mainly from being kicked and broken. Before restoration it was used on several Sunday rail trips in the Jackson Ohio area. It will go much faster that you will want to drive it. As you can see from the photos it was professionally and totally disassembled rebuilt, researched for paint scheme and reassembled. With the wood being in such good condition it was easy to sand down to the original colors and markings. It was shown at the 2006 MVPA convention in Dayton Ohio.
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