Jul - Military Vehicle Collectors of California

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Jul - Military Vehicle Collectors of California
MVCC NEWS
“Keeping em rolling, floating
and flying for 38 years”
Issue #7 2015
Loading a GPW into a Waco CG-4A glider built by the Ford Motor Company in Kingsford, MI.
The CG-4A wingspan was 83.6 feet and its overall length was 48 feet. The floor of the glider was made
of honeycombed plywood and provided great load carrying strength allowing the glider to carry 4,000
pounds, 625 more pounds than the glider's empty weight. The CG-4A may look simple to build but in
actuality there are over 70,000 parts. There were over 13,000 CG-4As manufactured by 16 companies
during WW2.
ED.
A PUBLICATION OF THE MILITARY VEHICLE COLLECTORS OF CALIFORNIA
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contents
Business members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, 6, 7
Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 5
MVCC Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 8
CLASSIFIEDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-17
MVCC & MVPA Membership Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
A soldier's dog looks after his master's boots and rifle while he takes a shower provided by a mobile bath
unit in the Western Desert, 4 March 1942
Rick Sultan
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Dodge billboard from 1942 showing from left to right, a Chrysler built Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft gun,
a Martin B-26, 1/2 Ton Dodge WC and an M3 Grant variant.
National Archives / Johnny Verissmo
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Upcoming Events
April 18-24 2016 Spring Meet Camp Delta
Camp Delta at Tower Park Resort. Six miles west of
Lodi, on Hwy 12. No vendor fee except camping fee.
Featuring Foreign MVs, plus Emergency MVs, Police, Fire, Rescue, Ambulance, Wrecker. Spud gun
shoot. Contact Jo-Ann; (408) 238- 8277, [email protected] John; (415) 491-1601,
[email protected] www.mvccnewsews.net.
July 19th, 2015 Wings, Wheels, and Warriors
event. At the Metropolitan Airport Stockton CA go
to: www.petepaulsen.com to download an
Application If you add "MVCC admission 0$ per
Pete Paulsen" on the application the entry fees are
waived.
POC: Pete Paulsen email: [email protected]
Phone: 209-983-0271
July 11, 2015 10am-4pm. 2nd annual Hot San Jose
Nights presents Silicon Valley S.T.E.A.M Festival at
the San Jose Reid Hillview Airport Saturday FREE
festival, including parking and admission. Between
10,000 and 20,000 people are expected to attend,
along with many elected officials, Where: San Jose
Reid Hillview Airport - 2500 Cunningham Ave, San
Jose.
Contact: Dean McCully [email protected]
July 22, 2015 Blue Jay Parade, starts at 10:00am
Supports Special Olympics POC John Bodnar (909)
336-1547 Lake Arrowhead
July 16 and August 1, 2015 Hot August Nights in
Danville CA. Staging at 2:00 pm (on West Prospect
Avenue) and shortly thereafter they will let us in to
organize our vehicles in front of the Veterans Hall on
Hartz Ave. Once set up, your vehicle has to remain
there until the show is over at 9:00 pm.
Mike Rinehart 925-963-1995 cell
July 16. 2015 The National Guard has been asked to
be a participant in the California State Fair in Sacramento on Thursday. The MHC ( Military Heritage
Command) is part of the National Guard and the
MVCC have been asked to assist in this effort.
They are asking if we could get military vehicles
from WWI to say Vietnam era to participate.
For more info contact: 916-494-2445
Paul Decker [email protected]
August 8-9 2015 Spirit of ’45 Day
Show opens 11am Saturday
Starts: Saturday, 11:00 am
Ends: Sunday, 4:00 pm Location:
History Park San Jose, Ca.
Website: facebook.com/BayAreaspiritof45
POC Robert Corpus
email: [email protected]
See event flyer pg. 15
August 11-13, 2016:
2016 MVPA National Convention. Hosted by the
Military Vehicle Collectors of California at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton, CA. Indoor/
outdoor show with host hotel and onsite camping.
Combine a California tourist trip with your favorite
hobby! MVCC Co-chairmen; John Neuenburg,
[email protected] and Dave Ball,
[email protected] Details to come on
www.MVCCNews.net and in Supply Line.
If you have any questions or have information regarding a meet or activity in your area, contact your regional vice
president or any of the officers to let them know. Be sure to visit our website for any last minute activities or changes
to activities/events. Please submit information regarding upcoming activities to the newsletter editor at least two
months before the scheduled event. All articles must be submitted to the newsletter editor by the 15th of each month.
MVCC News Editor Dave Ball [email protected]
www.mvccnews.net
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Upcoming Events
September 19 – October 17, 2015: MVPA 2015
Bankhead Highway (BH’15) Convoy,
from Washington, DC to San Diego, CA. Call
MVPA HQ; (800) 365-5798 or email;
[email protected] for registration details.
Sept. 26-27 2015 Wings Over Wine Country
Santa Rosa Airport POC: Scott Rohrs
[email protected]
September 20-27, 2015 Camp Delta Fall Meet
Second largest annual MV gathering and swap
meet in the West. Contact Stockton Delta KOA
direct for camping reservations 209-369-1041.
Campground 4.
September 26-27, 2015 California International
Airshow Salinas California. Some highlights of the
show: USAF F-22 Raptor Jet Demonstration
USAF Heritage Flight
Canadian Forces CF-18 Jet Demonstration
The Patriots Jet Team
Ace maker T-33 Jet Demonstration
A flying tribute to the Doolittle raiders with a B-25
Mitchell formation.
Six North American P-51 Mustangs and more.
For More info: go to www.salinasairshow.com
October 3-4 2015 Sacramento, California, : Capital
Air Show at Mather Field in Sacramento. Military
Vehicle club members are needed to participate in the
military vehicle displays. Vehicles will be
positioned next to the Warbirds and living history displays. US Air Force Thunderbirds will be performing. For more information: http://
www.californiacapitalairshow.com/
October 14 – 18, 2015: CAMP GRIDLEY FALL
2015 at the Butte County Fairgrounds, 199 E. Hazel
St. Gridley, California. Hosted by the NORTHERN
RECON GROUP.: www.northernrecongroup.org or
contact: Bill Campbell, President; (530) 518-1353,
[email protected]
Nov. 11, 2015 Petaluma Veterans Day Parade and
Fly Over Petaluma POC: Scott Rohrs
[email protected]
MVCC News STAFF
MVCC Editor Dave Ball
(408) 805-0065
[email protected]
Please submit all contributions for publication in
the newsletter by email to the editor by the 15 of
the month.
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Webmaster Sean Nichols
[email protected]
www.mvccnews.net
(775)-424-3813
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MVCC staff
No. Bay, East VP Sonny Hanson
(707) 552-6918 Div. 707 & 415
[email protected]
Hello to everyone in the North Bay MVCC. Flag day
in Suisun 6/14/15 hosted by American Legion Post
182, representatives of every military service was a
big event. Herm Rowland from Jelly Belly and Sally
Green MVCC displayed some of their collections on
the waterfront of their military vehicles, (Herm.)1944
Mack Prim Mover, 1970 Gama Goat, 1970 Abbott
tank, (sally)1953 MB, 1941 WC 12, 1965 Deuce &
½. John Sorensen displayed His 1986 PBR 210 at
dock side along with his full crew. The presence of
the PBR brought back memories for some men that
server aboard PBR’s also two service men were
rejoined after not seeing each other for 50 some
years. Before the ceremonies John and his crew
displayed there water skiing skills in the Suisun
waterfront with the PBR 210 for the entertainment of
all. Many thanks to all that participated.
Sonny Hanson
Your MVCC North Bay VP east
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Central Coast VP Jack Valenti
Divisions 831, 805 west & 408 south
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MVCC Newsletter
July 5th 2015
Just got back from the Seaside parade, we did the
Monterey parade yesterday. There was a little
“Snafu” at the Monterey check in; as they did not
have any information on our unit. I never did receive
any paper work from the organizers. But they managed to work things out and get us in the parade.
However the announcers don’t work well; if it isn’t
on their cheat sheet, they have no clue as what to say
about the military vehicles coming down the street.
The Monterey parade was attended by the regulars,
myself, Marc Goldman, and Damon Viola (LK too).
Not sure but the crowd looked much larger this year
than in the past. They were 4 to 5 deep all along Alvarado St and up Calle Principal.
Goldman was honored to be in the parade twice;
the vehicle that was supposed to carry a “Medal of
Honor Winner” was a no show, so they nabbed Mark
to do the honors, and he then was first in line. The
parade staff held us back until he came around to
again lead us down Alvarado St.
Just to make sure that it wasn’t my “SNAFU”; when
I got home I check my e-mail sent box. Sure enough
there was my message to the Parade folks with application attached sent on May 27th, long before their
deadline, along with their response. See Hillary
those e-mails are still out there. :-)
The Seaside Parade was at best; sad. They had canceled it earlier this year and then when it was reinstated, I think many of the past participants made
other plans. So consequently it wasn’t very long.
Again the regulars showed up. The Staff showed that
Clint Thrasher and another MV were signed up but
they were both no shows.
I don’t know of any local events in the near future. I
am hoping to join George Escobedo for the “Spirit of
45 Weekend” in San Jose on the weekend of
Aug.8th. And from what information I am able to
find on the internet; it looks like “Warbirds over
Paso 2015” (August 29th) has been cancelled. If anyone has information to the contrary please let me
know.
Jack
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MVCC Business Members
Columbia Electronics International Inc.
surplus military radio gear
Paul Keyes (W6QDK) (805)386-2312
3720 Groves Place Somis, CA 93066-0960
Email: [email protected]
http://www.columbiaelectronics.com
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Mvcc staff
North. Bay West VP
Scott Rohrs 415 259 8177
Divisions 707 & 415 west
[email protected]
Hello North Bay West! I hope everyone cast their
votes for all of the open positions within the club.
I would also like to wish all of the members a
very Happy 4th of July! I hope that the membership got out and participated in your local community events!
I would like to report on a nice little event
that the crew of PBR 210 participated in on Flag
Day. The event was in Suisun City. We had
about 6 MV’s that showed up. The American Armory Museum brought out 3 rigs, Sonny Hanson
was there and John Sorenson with his “Motley
Crew of Scallywags” was in attendance. The
American Legion put on a very proper Flag Day
ceremony and the Suisun Fire Dept. was there to
assist with disposal of worn out flags. It was nice
to see a community come out and celebrate our
glorious “Stars and Stripes!
There is many events upcoming in August
is our A.O. (Area of Operation), so if you have
the time come on out and participate. Hope to see
you all out there!
Out in front,
Scott Rohrs
North Bay West VP
South Bay VP Kim Sievert
(408) 253-9469
[email protected]
Divisions 408 North & 650
MVCC Quartermaster,
Chris Jorgensen (831) 426-0787
[email protected]
East Bay VP Larry Pirack
(510) 522-6440 Divisions 510 & 925
[email protected]
Northern Region VP
Dave Porter
Divisions 530 & 916
[email protected]
Central Valley VP Nick Bombini
(559) 645-1726 [email protected]
Divisions 559,209,760 &805 East
President Kurt Lesser
(408) 238-8277
[email protected]
Secretary/Treasurer LK Viola
831-372-8228 P.O. Box 4066
Monterey, CA 93940
[email protected]
1944 1 ton trailer, Ben Hur
Spare tire carrier and lower left rear
corner showing marble reflector
detail.
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Paul De Nubilo' s International M-2-4 1 Ton Weaps Decorated for Flag Day Kingman AZ
Paul
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spring Tower Park showcase
CUCV/LSSV to be Featured at the 2016 Camp Delta at Tower Park April Meet
Ex-MVCC VP Jeff Degraff called to suggest we do a CUCV display next April. Why not? There are quite a
few of these around and they are an affordable military truck that deserves attention. It’s time to honor them!
The Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicles pronounced CUCK-Vees and sometimes called Cut-Vees were built
in the 1980s-2000s by General Motors. Militarizing civilian trucks to create low cost, rear area support
vehicles began with the Kaiser Jeep M-715 series and continued with Dodge pickup-based trucks built in
1976-1977 as the M880 4x4 and M890 4x2 series. They were to replace Gamma Goats and M151 variants in
rear area roles, freeing up the purpose-built military trucks for tactical use, later including the HMMWV.
CUCVs were based on 2 and 4 door pickups, 2 and 4 door SUVs such as Blazer and Suburban, and there
were ambulances. Near the end these evolved into the Light Service Support Vehicle with some being built
by AM General.
Jeff will be POC for this CUCV/LSSV display on Friday April 22, 2016 and he would love to hear if you can
bring your truck. Any condition! He will release his contact info soon. If you are a vendor looking for
considerable exposure in MVCC News, at the event, and in internet forums, contact us to sponsor the
People’s Choice awards. This is a $450 sponsorship and can be augmented by newsletter ads.
Contact John Neuenburg about this at 415-491-1601.
Chevy K5 Blazers, military designated CUCV M1009 Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle. Their name was
changed later to Light Service Support Vehicle (LSSV).
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Fall Tower Park seminar
Hello Fellow MVCCers.
Ernie and I (Mike Rinehart) will be talking about Dodges at a seminar we are putting together for the
September (fall) swapmeet at Tower Park, and will include my experience with restorations.
I have just finished a 3.5 year, 3,000+ hour exhaustive frame off restoration of a Dodge WC40. I had a lot of
things go as planned, and a lot of things that did not. Which is par for a project of this magnitude. I do know
that a lot of the people in the hobby have budgets. And I feel that I experienced some things that need to be
passed on to save other hobbyist the grief I have experienced in this project.
Two things got me more in the wallet than needed were (1) bad or just wrong parts, and (2) big time venders
that charged a lot to rebuild things only to discover later some items or parts failed, exposing their horrible
workmanship. The later really cost me a lot in money and time. Looking back I feel this was something
totally unnecessary that could be avoided.
One part almost ruined a brand new engine and another could have burned up the entire truck, for example. I
also made some timing mistakes in purchasing parts that made it difficult to return some of the wrong parts
that were really for civilian trucks or in some cases I still do not know the correct vehicle the parts were for.
I hope to pass on the stories of my battle scars saving you from getting as many as I did on my project on
your own restoration projects.
Thank God I have an extremely understanding wife. So much so that we are picking up a couple Dodge 3/4
ton Command Cars a WC56 and WC57 this month. I guess we never learn, because here we go again! LOL
As always thanks for your time,
Mike Rinehart
Mike Rinehart’s Dodge Half Ton WC-40 closed cab weapons carrier after restoration.
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CLASSIFIEDS
FOR SALE
For Sale: For sale WC 4 open cab winch frame
Dodge T207,not running but will roll, all or lots of
part. South Wind Coolant Heater Model 939J24Army
# 11601698 $75.00
For sale/free two good fenders for the M135/M211
series GMC truck. call Sonny at 707-552-6918
email [email protected]
9-15
For Sale: Take off, inner windshield frame MB/GPW
$95 Warn hubs for MB/GPW jeep $95
For Sale or trade 2 each NOS Tung sol model 6006,
6V sealed beam lights. They a 7" diameter. I will
trade for 2 each 5" sealed beams or $15 each plus
shipping Dennis 916 221-2828 Folsom, CA 8-15
For Sale: M105 1.5 ton cargo trailer has bows
some rust $500 obo
2 ea. USAF Trailer Van V-83/M both vans on
carriages. See pictures below.
M-series truck Deuce cargo bed with Tailgate very
good Condition ready to install on your truck.
Call Mel for more info and see pictures below.
(408) 234-2722
9-15
For Sale: NOS Dodge 1/2 ton Transmission in the
crate. $1000 Call Doug 775-677-0351
For Sale: 1952 M-44 2 1/2 ton Studebaker
cab chassis, runs, gas, 11-00x20 tires 10,000 pound
Garwood winch, sale or trade for WC-62 or 63.
Mike Roulette (775) 883-0269 Nevada 9-15
For Sale: NOS Rear Cargo Curtain for a M54 5 ton
military truck. The canvas cover is in excellent
condition and needs to find a truck to go with it!
$100 or willing to trade for M37 Dodge parts.
Also Have two 9:00x16 tires good to use as rollers
free to a good home. Contact Andy email
[email protected]
9-15
For Sale: WW2 3/4 ton Dodge Zenith Carburetor
model 29 rebuilt with elbows plus misc. Also have
air cleaner late style $175.
Dodge 1/2 ton WC military truck parts.
Trans, Diffs, Axles, wiper motors, brake parts, Etc.
Call Tom Lamar (408) 296-7677
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Classified Ads are free for military vehicle related items and kit for MVCC members. Your ad will run for three issues.
Your editor will only except ads in writing. Please submit your ad by email: [email protected] or by post to: MVCC Editor:
18549 Paseo Tierra St. Saratoga Ca. 95070. Please print clearly and include contact info and price. Please submit ads by the 15th of
the month. If you want to make changes to your ad including extending or cancelling your ad, you must notify your editor in
writing. The MVCC is not responsible for omission's or Incorrect wording and or spelling. The MVCC reserves the right to edit ad
copy for space. Please send payment for paid ads to: LK Viola, Email: [email protected]
Ad prices: full page $45 Half page $35 Quarter Page $20 Business Card $5 per issue
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CLASSIFIEDS
WANTED ITEMS
Wanted: 1) Ford GPW jeep for restoration 2) 1945
Willy's take out body tub.3) Ford GPW engine takeout that can be rebuilt - fan to bell housing. contact
John Manuel - [email protected] (510) 821-0355. I have a some GP parts to swap.
8-15
Wanted: Alemite model 6593 grease gun. It does
not need to work just look good. It's for mount under
the hood. Call Dennis 916 221-2828 Folsom, CA
8-15
Wanted: for a Stuart M5A1 light tank. The 37mm
ammunition racks and spall plates, which mount in
the rear of the fighting compartment (inside the
tank) on the rear bulkhead. Looking to acquire a
complete set (8 pieces), in good or better condition
or any of the individual pieces. Let me know by
email (pictures and price), [email protected]
or by a PM from the G503 web site (Kim Sievert)
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WANTED ITEMS
Wanted: Good, used tires wanted/needed for 1943
Chevy firetruck project - 7.50 X 20, WWII-style
NDTs (non-directional tread). Maybe you've been
thinking about changing out your still-OK old ones
for new, or just happen to have some laying around,
or maybe you know somebody….Need at least 4,
but 6 would be better.
Please contact Greg, at (916) 448-8811. Thanks!
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EMU 309 needs sponsors for all events.
www.HueyVets.com or contact Tony @ 510 4689942 for sponsorship benefits.
This fall we will be rebuilding our transmission &
replacing our mast.
These are major expenses. All donations &
membership are appreciated.
Wanted: Hello MVCC members and nonmembers.
I need your help. Need a Dodge, Chrysler, or
Plymouth 230.2 cu. in. 6 Cyl motor in good or
Rebuildable condition please if you have one or
know of someone that may have one and wants to
sell it please let me know. Sonny Hanson 707-5526918
or e mail [email protected] 8-15
SEEKING: The individual who gave
Brad Smardo cash at the Spring 2015
Tower Park swapmeet to mail a
OD Vietnam helmet cover to him.
Your address was misplaced and we
need you to call 804.413.2910 or email
[email protected] with your
address so it can be mailed to you
ASAP.
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Ben Hur 1 ton trailer lunette details showing rubber
tire version of landing leg.
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After Action report
2015 MVPA Convention at Topeka, KS
By John Neuenburg
The Military Vehicle Preservation Association celebrated their 40th anniversary in Topeka, KS in June,
thanks to members of their affiliate club Rolling Thunder Living History Educational Foundation plus
members of nearby MV clubs who helped. Marilynn and I set up a MVCC info table with our banner and
club brochures plus a strong emphasis on our convention next year via table signs, brochures, and a large two
-sided banner on poles. We talked with numerous people who are planning to come to our event and many
will spend extra days touring other places in our region. This is a button we are pushing because of the wide
variety of tourist attractions that will bring more people to our show than is typical of MVPA conventions,
especially couples and families. We even met a prominent Italian MV collector who is organizing a group of
50 Italians to visit California for two weeks around our show! Many people from the middle and eastern U.S.
were familiar with our Tower Park event. Having a large pair of articles by Chris Hughes in Supply Line last
month helped, as did our full page color 2016 convention ad in Military Vehicles magazine and on the back
of the 2015 Program. The MVCC is definitely on the map!
This show was in a large air conditioned building connected to an oval indoor sports arena. There were
around 340 vendor tables in the main building plus some more in an adjacent non-air conditioned building
with a dirt floor that were sold at a lower cost. Quite a few tables went unsold. Some MVs were in the vendor
building and most were in the arena plus some outside. I counted 120 vehicles on Friday. There were several
really nice displays that incorporated mannequins and various militaria. An MVPA convention is where
members really like to pull out the stops and this can pay off because of the annual Best Display, Best
Vehicle Display, and Judges Choice awards which can be influenced by non-MV collectibles.
Our 2016 convention brochure and flyer is available to you for handing out in your travels. Just contact me at
[email protected] and ask for files you can print at home. These look great on stands by or on your
MV. We will have some available at the Fall meet at Tower Park. These will be available for downloading
on our website soon. We want to set a MV record (275) at our show and it is important to get the word out to
the unaffiliated MV owners we run into who know little about the MVCC or our events. By the way these are
perfect for distribution at veteran’s halls and to Cub and Boy Scout units.
After action report and pictures from John Neuenburg. Above left: German WW2 Bicycle
display. Above right: 37mm anti tank gun pit with crew. Page 19: John and Marilynn setup
and maned the MVCC table. Outstanding job!!!
Ed
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After action reports
Don Gomes has a bomb trailer and it is under going restoration. Don along with John Verissimo and friend
went on a road trip to the Castle Airbase Museum to checkout there bomb trailers to get some ideas.
The pictures on this page and the top of page 21 are from Don and John from there visit to Castle.
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6/24/2015 Picture above was taken at the Tribute to Veterans in Folsom, ca and sent in by Dennis Deck
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