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TRUCK PICTURES

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1953 M-37, for the purists, there are several things incorrect, what are they?

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1953 M-37 modified, 360 Chrysler V8, power steering, 4:89's, locker in rear, Gama Goat tire conversion.

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1954 M-135 with homemade boom. Truck has a rare dual PTO. Front winch and oil pump to run the boom.

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Working on the Henry's Fork of the Snake River. Have to go down a narrow dug-way to lift an irrigation pump with the winch.

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M422A1 Might Mite, Sorry I sold it. Now somewhere in Tennessee.

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My wife's Great-Grandfather's 1927 1 ton Chevrolet used in agriculture up till the end of WWII.

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CCW SA Cannon ready for parade.
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M819

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M900

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Gama Goat

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Half Track Fruitland

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1944 GPW that we restored for a former JAG officer.

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1943 M29 cargo weasel on its test run.

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1959 M-38A1 ready for the local parade along with the National Guards Howitzers.

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Power Wagon sitting against modified M-37.

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Command Car pictured with 2 star General LaFrenze of the Idaho National Guard.

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Picture from the American Dog Derby, oldest dog race in the lower 48 held in Ashton each year.

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1941 Dodge Command car that was under the command of Brig. Gen. Beiderlinden 44th Inf, 220th Field Artillery who masterminded the surrender of Heidelberg, Germany, without firing a shot. He is now buried in Arlington Cemetery.

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M2 high speed tractor belonging to Stan Standal of Bliss, Idaho.

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Helping BYU-I students film
"Five Days of Fire"

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WC 51

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WC 51

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WC 51 ready for parade.

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