Mar - Military Vehicle Collectors of California

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Mar - Military Vehicle Collectors of California
MVCC NEWS
“Keeping em rolling, floating
and flying for 36 years”
Issue #3 2013
A PUBLICATION OF THE MILITARY VEHICLE COLLECTORS OF CALIFORNIA
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contents
Business members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, 10
Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
MVCC Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,6,7
CLASSIFIEDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-16
MVCC & MVPA Membership Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
USN International M-5H-6 Airfield Fuel Trucks are lashed down to a rail car
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US Navy
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Presidents message
President Kurt Lesser
(408) 238-8277
[email protected]
Time has come to initiate preparations for the next Tower Park if you haven’t already done so. It’s just
around the corner now. There are couple of things we all need to keep in mind regarding this meet. First and
foremost, JoAnn and I have been receiving calls and emails from members confirming their reservations for
April. This is a good thing and it’s better to confirm now than find out there’s a problem with your
reservation when you arrive. For whatever reason there have been a larger than normal number of members
that have issues with site deposits. We start looking at who has and who hasn’t gotten their deposits in on
campsites. Merely having your name on a site is NOT a guarantee that you will be in that site in April. There
must be a deposit associated with your name for the site to stay in your name. There is a considerable wait list
of people who would like to get into the event and sites with no deposits on them are the first to go to them.
We also do our best to make sure MVCCers get head of the list priority in filling those vacancies. It’s your
responsibility to make sure your deposit for the following April is there. Keep your receipts! If you can’t
find a copy of the receipt and paid it with a credit card bring a copy of the statement that shows your deposit
so we have something to work with. We do our best to minimize problems before your arrival date. There
are some other changes coming in September to the way we’ve done things at the KOA triggered by both
KOA and the Club insurance policy. Since the beginning of our meets at Tower Park we have been able to
offer the negotiated Club rate to all attendees. KOA and our insurance now require us to extend that
discounted rate to MVCC, MVPA and affiliate club members only. Individuals that don’t belong to an MV
organization will be required to either join the MVCC or an MVPA affiliate or pay the current KOA camping
rates which for improved sites can be as high as $90. This is something to think about. With our membership
rates at only $30 per year even a single night stay could save you money with a membership.
We just held our Spring Board meeting and I’d like to report it was one of the most productive and successful
meetings we’ve ever had. We completed some residual issues from the September meeting and finished off
90% of the issues we had on the Spring agenda. This will allow us to hold a much shorter meeting in April.
From Bylaws to badges to billings we covered so many topics that needed attention. Some of the highlights
I’d like to inform you of will again begin accepting Paypal for paying your dues and we are looking into
taking credit/debit cards at the meets to pay your dues to simplify things. We will announce when the PayPal
account is activated again in the Newsletter. Some of you might have noticed that the Newsletter has been
taken down from the website. This is a temporary measure only until Sean and Dave finalize secure access to
the online version. They’re working with our website host right now to get it back up ASAP. This will allow
MVCC members to access the current Newsletter while non-members will only have access to past issues.
We discussed presenting to the MVPA board for another convention in 2016 at the Pleasanton Fairgrounds
and appointed Chairpersons for the convention to start that ball rolling. Most of the legwork has already been
done. Site survey, convention hotel and rates, and committee definition are completed already. These are the
initial phases with committee activity ramping up next year. It takes a good 2 years to put a successful
convention together and the earlier we get started the better the overall convention will be. It’s not too early
to thing about becoming part of the show. Areas where we will need help are traffic, security, displays, setup
and takedown. We’re looking for 30-40 people willing to come work with us preparing for and during the
convention. Please come join us!
Keep ‘em Rolling!
SUPPORT OUR TROOPS
Kurt
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UPCOMING EVENTS
All events published in the MVCC newsletter or on www.mvccnew.net are open to anyone interested. You do not need an invitation, just call the
POC listed for more information or to RSVP.
Check the VP reports for activities in your area.
April 14-21, 2013 Spring Meet at Camp Delta
The Largest Annual MV Meet in the West!!!
Stockton Delta KOA (209) 369-1041
JoAnne Lesser [email protected]
May 26th Memorial Day Weekend Commemoration will take place at Woodward Park on in
Manteca, California.
This event is expected to draw in excess of 25,000
people and is dedicated to honoring our veterans.
POC: CW4 James E. Bundgaard (ret.)
Phone: (415) 647-0133,
or email: [email protected]
May 27, 2013 Memorial Day 0900hrs
Convoy will start at the Cherokee Memorial Park,
located at Hwy 99 & E Harney Lane in Lodi, at
0900 hours (9:00 am). The route will include stops
at six cemeteries throughout the San Joaquin
County. Driving distance is 75 total miles and will
be driven entirely in vintage military vehicles.
POC David La Brecque at [email protected]
June 7-9 2013 Marysville Airshow
POC Dennis Deck
goldenwestflyin.org
July 25-27, 2013 MVPA 38th Annual Convention
Portland, Oregon Expo Center.
Vehicle and Vendor move in:
Wednesday July 24th 8:00 am - 8:00 pm,
Thursday and Friday 8:00 am - 9:00 am,
For Registration and table reservation Info:
MVPA head quarters:(800) 365-5798
(816) 833-6872
[email protected]
September 2013 - Fall Meet at Camp Delta
Stockton Delta KOA (209) 369-1041
JoAnne Lesser [email protected]o.com
November 9-10
Good Guys Car Show/Veterans Day Display.
Alameda County Fair Grounds, Pleasanton, Ca.
No entrance fees, Options for display opportunity:
Inside building; you must arrive on Friday afternoon
but your MV’s must remain until Sunday afternoon.
Outside; arrive early Saturday and or Sunday morning
One or two day display Can depart after 3:PM either
day. POC Tony Lindsey [email protected]
November 11, 2013 Petaluma
Veteran’s Day Parade.
Biggest in the North State. Over 45 MVs expected
including armor. Pre-stage 1100 at Veteran’s
Memorial Hall at 1094 Petaluma Blvd. South
Contact Jim Neider for info at 707-823-2192 or Michael France at [email protected]
November 11, 2013 - San Jose Veteran's Day
Parade. POC is Kurt Lesser 408-238-8277
December 7, 2013 6pm Bay Area Region.
MVCC Christmas Party.
Harry’s Hofbrau San Jose. All MVCC members
are invited. This is a no host party and there will be
a gift exchange. See page 3 for more info
POC Dave Ball [email protected]
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 the month.
MVCC News Editor Dave Ball [email protected]
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MVCC STAFF
South Bay VP Kim Sievert
(408) 253-9469
[email protected]
Divisions 408 North & 650
South S.F. Bay Area Events in March, currently none planned.
Tower Park is quickly approaching in April.
Hopefully, you will have all your vehicles
and family ready for travel, by then. If not,
its time to “crack the whip” and get things
ready.
Sometimes I am asked, if I can provide a
military vehicle for static display purposes,
for just a few hours and for a small group.
Are there any South S.F. Bay Area members,
who have a vehicle and time available?
The Military Vehicle Technology Foundation (MVTF) located in Portola Valley,
(which is North West of San Jose and South
East of San Francisco) continually has tours
available (by appointment only) to see the
armored vehicle collection of the late Jacques
Littlefield. Contact them at http://mvtf.org
for info and reservations.
Kim
Central Valley VP Nick Bombini
(559) 645-1726
[email protected]
Divisions 559,209,760 &805 East
Camp Delta is just around the corner. If you haven’t already
started, it’s time to pull out your gear, blow off the dust, and
start getting ready. We’ve had a relatively dry winter which
could mean a wet spring. Make sure to bring your tarps and
ponchos just in case. We have some events coming up this
spring:
Chowchilla Armed Forces day – May 18
Castle Air Museum open cockpit day – May 26
(www.castleairmuseum.org)
Eagle Field dinner, dance, fly-in – June 1
(www.eaglefield. net)
We have had some excellent involvement in the central valley lately and we would all like to see other members in the
area (or from abroad) to come to some of the events around
here.
Secretary/Treasurer LK Viola
831-372-8228
P.O. Box 1765, Carmel, CA 93921
[email protected]
East Bay VP Larry Pirack
(510) 522-6440
[email protected]
Divisions 510 & 925
Greetings All:
Can you believe Tower Park is only two months
away? Many of you have sent in 2013 “Dues” checks in the
"Hello to all from the East Bay" Camp Delta last two months – SUPER! Many of you opted for the
$75.00 3-year membership discount (so please don’t be ofis just around the corner,
We should have the best turn out of members fended by the Dues Due notice in your newsletter each year,
and vehicle's for this Biggest and Best in the it’s just a reminder for the rest of us).
Damon and I have enjoyed some local events recently and I
West, MVCC spring meet yet !
encourage you to participate and/or support your local
So bring any and all that you have.
events. I’m always amazed at how excited people are to see
Here in Alameda the week before, Sunday
our vehicles and uniforms—they wave, smile, and take picApril 7th , The Museum is Hosting a Auto
tures—it’s a small reminder of the community and patriotism
Swap Meet and Car Show 6:am to 3:pm ,
we should all be mindful of preserving. That said, we are
Vender's space 20 by 30 is $30.00 , Cars for
looking forward to the community of Camp Delta at Tower
sale,$20.00,
Park in April. We hope to see you there. Stop by the HQ
Free entry and parking for Buyers. Hope to
see some of our members there , That's all for Tent and say Hi and/or to pay your dues if you haven’t by
then!
now, until we meet again, over and out, The
L-K
40s Larry.
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MVCC STAFF
North Bay West VP John Neuenburg
(415) 491-1601
[email protected]
Divisions 415, 707 west
If you want to take some time off from your Camp Delta
preparation and would like to get your MV dirty, check out
the Blue springs Ranch Tour hosted by Daniel Privat and
family March 17 in Geyserville. See his article. The SF Bay
Area has a wealth of World War Two history, especially
around the Golden Gate area. Check out this website and
plan a self-guided tour of the coastal defense batteries and
forts. Take your MV! http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/travel/
wwIIbayarea/index.htm. The National Park Service is very
proud that they have all important examples of coastal defense fortifications from the Civil War to the missile age
available for visits. There is now a 16” gun at Battery
Townsley at Ft. Cronkite. This is a former USS Missouri
gun that the Park Service procured from storage in Nevada
last year. It was in turret #3 during the Japanese surrender in
Tokyo Bay! This Battery has open houses on the first Sunday of every month, 10:00-4:00. Also remember that the
restored Nike missile battery SF-88 at Ft. Barry is open for
visits Wed-Fri, 12:30-3:30 and the first Saturday of the
month. See some fine Cold War hardware and don’t forget
to ask the docent about the nuke warheads!
Northern Region VP Dennis Deck
Divisions 530 & 916
[email protected]
916-221-2828
Central Coast VP Clint Thrasher
(831) 206-5574
[email protected]
Divisions 831, 805 west & 408 south
North Bay East VP Sonny Hanson
(707) 552-6918
[email protected]
Divisions 707 & 415
MVCC Quartermaster,
Chris Jorgensen
(831) 426-0787
[email protected]
MVCC News STAFF
MVCC Newsletter Editor
Dave Ball
(408) 805-0065 [email protected]
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EVENT Information
Bluesprings Ranch Tour, Geyserville, CA Sunday March 17, 2013
By Daniel Privat
We would like to welcome you to the "mostly annual" Bluesprings Ranch Tour, 1030 hrs (10:30am) to whenever. It is at our ranch at the "end" of Walling Rd. in Geyserville. From 101 freeway north, take Canyon
Road exit. If going south, take the exit 128 – Calistoga. Go west on Canyon to Walling Rd., take a right 2
miles to the end of the road sign and turn into the ranch by the big green shop building.
Bring a sack lunch or MRE's to dine on at the picnic site on top of the mountain (no alcoholic beverages
please), and enjoy some good times with fellow MVers and the beautiful countryside (rusty junk included),
weather permitting. We are looking for more "exotic" vehicles to join in the fun (big trucks, tracked goodies,
amphibs. to swim in the lake...). Let me know if you have a tractor-trailer rig you need to get your tank in
with, and I'll find you a parking spot. Please bring the family, the vehicle, and have a great time. I can be
reached at 707-857-3174.
MVCC Going to MVPA Convention in Portland
By John Neuenburg
The Military Vehicle Preservation Association National Convention is coming to Portland, OR
July 25-27, 2013. Are you going? Bringing a MV? You don’t have to have your MV in the judging to get secure indoor parking - most or all display-only vehicles will be indoors and there is no charge for that.
We are going to gather MVCCers together for a group photo at the show, so if you are going, please pay attention to the July newsletter for the time and location. If you are not familiar with the MVPA or their Conventions, all details are now up on www.mvpa.org. Last month Mike Powter from the Oregon Central Coast
Military Vehicle Group ran an article in our newsletter about working with and helping anyone
convoying MVs to the show from the south. If you are putting something together, drop him a line at
[email protected]
Camp Delta Activities April 14-21, 2013
By John Neuenburg
The updated schedule for the BIGGEST annual MV swap meet in the West was published last month, is on
the website, and if Dave has room this month it is elsewhere in this issue. If you have a USN or USMC vehicle or related display for the showcase Friday morning, contact either of the two POCs or just plan to bring it.
Complete vehicles or restorations not required. Thanks in advance to Chuck Heindel from Surplus City Jeep
Parts for sponsoring the cash awards for the People’s Choice contest. Also note that we will feature a MV display and discussion from the ALCAN Convoy March Unit 8 on Friday afternoon. All 2012 ALCAN participants and their photos are welcome. Leroy Cunha is POC, [email protected] or 510-793-6059.
Halftrack nuts check out the discussion group and social on Saturday after the MVCC meeting. Speaking of
the meeting, if you would like to serve the MVCC, how about running for a position on the Board? We have
an election in May and are taking nominations and applications now through the Tower Park event. By the
time you read this we should have an Election Committee chairman appointed to be your contact. Ask any
officer about that. What do you want to do at this September’s Camp Delta? Contact me at 415-306-3607.
As mentioned last month, get ready for ARMOR in April 2014!
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After Action Report
Pigs; Pinot & More
The Salinas Rotary Club sponsored a fund raiser (their 14th year) on Sept. 25th. This year’s theme was
“We can do it”. It was a combination wine tasting (20 wineries) with 12 of the best chef’s from Monterey
County serving some their best “Pig recipes”. It was held in the Old Salinas Armory, which is rich both in
Salinas and Military history.
It was there the National Guard Company C, 194th Tank Battalion was stationed before being deployed to
the Philippines in 1941, where they were subsequently captured with many of them suffering in the Bataan death march.
I was approached by one of the Rotary members to see if I could scare up some Military Vehicles to display both inside and outside for the event. I put out a call (via e-mail) to see who might be available for
some free wine and food just for bringing their MV to the event.
In true MVCC (wino) fashion, I had some takers. Those present with vehicles were, myself (LRDG Jeep inside); Marc Goldman (Jeep - inside); John Neuenburg (Jeep –outside – Indian Motorcycle - inside);
George Escobedo (Paratrooper Bicycle – inside); and Damon Viola’s (Truck – outside).
We received many complements from the attendees about our vehicles and uniforms. Even had our photos taken with a few of the “sweet young things” there; well they did have to be at least 21 to attend.
It was a different and fun event with some great Monterey County wines and food; they played some old
time music from 5 PM until 8 PM, that’s when we lost the younger crowed to loud dancing music. We
stayed about another hour then headed for home. We removed our vehicles on Sunday morning and then
headed to our perspective homes. I want to personally thank all those that attend with me.
Jack Valenti
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After action report
Top to bottom left to right: LRDG Jeep, John and Marilyn Neuenburg and an unknown Rotarian, John unloading his Jeep and
Indian, John’s Indian, Marc Goldman (aka PVT Parts) tackle a difficult obstacle in his Jeep, And the LRDG leader Jack Valenti
and his wife Donna.
Pictures and Article Jack Valenti
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In the news
For those that want to put a Humvee in the garage
but have yet to do so, you now have another option
to consider. AM General is now producing a kit that
gives you a military-style 4-door soft top, body and
chassis. You get all the military grade options
including geared hubs, CTIS, HVAC, Elockers,
Wilwood Brakes, heavy-duty cooling pack, and depending on the power pack you add, this kit is rated
with a 10,000 pound towing capacity and a 2-ton
payload. For more info about the kit and
options, visit: www.genuinehumveekit.com
Columbia Electronics International Inc.
surplus military radio gear
Paul Keyes (W6QDK) (805)386-2312
Email: [email protected]
http://www.columbiaelectronics.com
3720 Groves Place Somis, CA 93066-0960
John and Horace Dodge started business building
bicycles in 1887. They quickly tired of this and
opened up what was to be the largest machine shop
in Detroit. Their first big customer was Ransom
Olds for whom they built transmissions for in 1901.
Quickly earning a reputation for high quality work,
they caught the eye of Henry Ford in 1902 when he
was building his first car. John and Horace built the
chassis, engines, transmissions and axles. By 1910,
the Dodge Brothers machine shop was the largest
automotive shop in the world.
By 1914, the Dodge Brothers were building a huge
plant in Hamtramck, Michigan, after giving Ford
notice of their intentions to leave Ford.
On November 14,1914, the first Dodge car was built
and for that time, the new all steel bodied 5 passenger touring car had many new innovations.
In 1916, the “big three” started building commercial
bodied trucks on car chassis.
Many have read about a young Lieutenant by the
name of George S. Patton used four Dodge touring
cars to chase Poncho Villa back into Mexico.
For those of us that collect and drive Dodge military
vehicles, this was the start of many years of Dodge
trucks being used by our armed services as
tactical and non-tactical military vehicles.
2013 marks an end to the Dodge name on trucks as
the name was removed from the VIN Plate at the
end of 2012 production. The Dodge name was
removed from the body and replaced with Ram in
2010. Chrysler now sells the Ram line of light and
medium duty trucks, and Dodge is selling cars
again.
I have always had a soft spot for Dodge trucks, and
I will continue to drive mine and proudly display the
name that John and Horace Dodge applied to them.
The Dodge Brothers sales slogan was “it speaks for
itself .”
Editor
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Dodge 3/4 ton WC-56 Command Car
Canadian 1940 Ford, with a US Holmes wrecker
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Steffan Leegwater, Netherlands
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CLASSIFIEDS
NOTE: For Sale/Wanted are posted for three issues.
FOR SALE ITEMS
For Sale: 1952 Studebaker 2 1/2 ton cab and
chassis M-44 10,000lb Garwood winch, extra
Garwood with driveline model# 24512 $1650
Mike Roulette (775) 883-0269
4/13
For Sale: 1966 2 ton generator Trailer.
Libby Welding Co. Clear Nevada Title.
Two good 9:00x20 tires $600 obo
Mike Roulette (775) 883-0269
4/13
FOR SALE: 1962 WILLYS M-151
US MARINE CORPS. Engine and tires low
mileage and the radiator is a new copper recore.
Also has vinyl top compete with side curtains and
door kit. Included with, jeep hauler tandem axle
trailer equipped with surge brakes and spare tire
mount, and was custom built to transport WWII
and M-series jeeps.
California registration and title is current and is
recorded as Ca. historic vehicle. $12,500 OBO.
Dan Indelicato (707) 272-3432
4/13
FOR SALE: 1942 Dodge WC-53 Carryall,
Parting out entire truck. $500
Top of carryall is in great shape.
Call Mike Roulette 775-883-0269 4/13
For Sale: 1943 1 1/2 ton Chevy, Pole setter. Runs
good, 10,000lb American Coach and Body winch
has clear Nevada title, new tires, windshield.
Unable to locate original bed has flatbed. $6000
Mike Roulette (775) 883-0269
4/13
For Sale: 13ea 1100x20 tires and wheels 12 ply,
$100ea. OBO Mike Roulette 775-883-0269 4/13
For Sale: 1967 MRC-83/M151A2, uncut, no
rust, configured as a USMC radio Jeep.
Radios available if the buyer so desires.
Contact Kurt Lesser : (408) 238-8277
Email: [email protected]
4/14
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For Sale:
Athey Hand-Crank Bomb Crane on Athey Tracks.
$2500.
Antenna Tower, 50' trailer-mounted 3-section telescoping TRI-EX steel antenna tower model HZN 354. Approx. 30' OAL when lowered for travel, 50' tall when
raised and extended. Can be removed from the trailer if
desired. Was originally set up with a generator, lights,
etc. Originally designed with a cable & pulley system to
raise the tower, and then to extend the 3 sections, but
cable and winch are now missing. Pulleys in the tower
sections are all there I think. Pintle or pin-type hitch will
pull this trailer. No title, license plate, lights, etc. $600.
(2) 1950 Budd wheels, 6-lug 20" M-series bolt-together
or combat-style (with old 1200-20 tires).
Chevrolet & GMC WWII truck parts, call or email
what you need.
Dodge M37 parts truck, good running correct original
T245 engine, 4-speed transmission with PTO, 2-speed
transfer case, (some drivelines are missing, and I am
told the front axle is not the correct one: out of an M715
(?) Brake condition unknown. No bed. No title. $800.
1953 Dodge M37 or M56(?) Military 4x4 Fire truck.
Correct original 6-cylinder T-245 flathead engine, 4speed transmission with extremely rare Tangen power
take-off located on top of the transmission. Approx.
128" original extended wheelbase. I am told this was
running when parked - have not verified that yet. According to one source, only 130 of these were made, but
it also says in 1955, and this is a 1953. Tires are all rotten. Back of truck is completely open with none of the
original tanks, pump, or any other fire equipment. Looks
like a set of ladder racks on the RH side. There is some
body damage on the right rear. This was very nicely
built with some use of aluminum.
Dodge M37 parts, call or email what you need.
Navy Trailmobile Tank Trailer, 2-axle pull-type steel
tank trailer for fuel or oil(?) Pintle hitch, steering front
axle, spring suspension, solid brass top hatch/lid. $600.
Located in Geyserville, CA. Richard @ 707-484-8257
or [email protected]
4/13
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CLASSIFIEDS
NOTE: For Sale/Wanted are posted for three issues.
FOR SALE ITEMS
FOR SALE: M5 Cadillac V8 engine and transmission.
Was used as emergency back-up power for local
municipal water supply.
Is complete and in working order, put in storage circa
'96 mounted with its stationary frame.
Engine block number: 1C80114 (the "C" may be a 0).
$2500.00 OBO. CW4 James E. Bundgaard (ret.)
Phone: (415) 647-0133,
email: [email protected]
3/5
FOR SALE: Set of four 9.00x20 military ND tires,
Each with approx. 80% or better tread.
No weather checks, torn carcasses, etc.
3x Goodyear, 1x Cooper. Sold as a set only, $100.00
Photos available
Call Michael at 650.364.9184
or email: [email protected]
3/5
For sale: 1953 Dodge M37 runs and drives good
Engine and transmission have been replaced by
later correct units, needs brakes, have extra
drums, hubs, brake shoes, wheel cylinders and
backing plates, new tires and tubes, troop seats,
electronic ignition, lots of new and used spare
parts. In good condition overall, California title
And current commercial registration.
Located in Fremont California.
$6500/obo call Charlie 510-656-7611
For more info.
5/13
For Sale: Two Ben Hur Trailers.
One is restored but has been sitting outside for
many years.
The other needs restoration.
$950 for both. Call All 530-533-2778
5/13
For Sale: 1939 BSA Military M20 totally rebuilt by
Bill Botelho, former BSA Dealer in 2001. Tuned by
Harper & Rightmyer Restorations from Fullerton
California. Bore is standard, magneto and generator
rebuilt. Imported from Germany in 1970. $11,000.
Call Jim 775-750-0426 [email protected] 3/5
For sale: 1944 2.5 ton Federal 2G Dump truck 2x4
Missing bed and fuel tank. frame has had 3 feet added
Professionally to lengthen it.
Hercules JXD and Clarke 5 speed. Rear Timken axle.
All gauges, lights, Pintal and doors intact has spare
tire carrier and tool box. Very little rust on this rare
truck.$1000 or obo.
Call Dave 408-805-0065 or email [email protected]
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the phone, they must be in writing. You may send your ad by email: [email protected] Send your ads to me by the 15th of the
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CLASSIFIEDS
NOTE: For Sale/Wanted are posted for three issues.
WANTED ITEMS
WANTED: 1949- 1/2 TON DODGE:
Gas tank. Last item needed to get it on the road.
CW4 James E. Bundgaard (ret.)
Phone: (415) 647-0133,
or email: [email protected]
3/5
WANTED: WW2/Korean Era
Good Condition Olive Drab 4-Man Wall
Tent,
complete with poles, ropes and stakes.
Will pick up at Tower Park, Camp Delta in
April if you bring it. I Can also pick up if drive
is less
than 100 miles from my place in Paradise. I can
mail a down payment to seal a deal. Would like
a picture first though.
Thanks. Daniel Ralston 530-872-3072 or
email: [email protected]
4/13
Wanted to buy,
M5A1 Stuart tank parts: need 37mm ammo
racks and need 37mm empty shell casings.
Zing an email to [email protected] if you
have any to sell.
4/13
Wanted:
WW2 International Military Trucks.
Whole or apart, Parts, Beds and manuals
whatever you have or have seen. Let me know,
Possible Finders Fee if info leads to a purchase.
Dave Ball [email protected] 408-805-0065
Wanted: Looking for good .50 Browning replica and/or M3 tripod for same.
Contact : 415-306-3607 John Neuenburg
[email protected]
4/13
Wanted: Dodge M37 items:
Cab soft top frame pieces, bed side racks,
stakes,
troop seats, etc. spare tire holder,
Jerry can fender brackets, winch brackets,
bumpers, frame extensions, etc. Any bits and
pieces may help,
I have some pieces already.
Thank you, Richard Privat, 707-484-8257
Or email: [email protected]
4/13
Wanted: WW2 1 ton Trailer (Ben Hur,
Checker) Parts and Pieces.
Need Lunette and landing wheel as well as cast
part that fits in the tongue (front frame) and
holds the landing leg.
Also need small cast piece that sits on frame
that secures the landing leg in the up position.
Call or email with what you have.
Dave Ball [email protected] 408-805-0065
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