This is a private collection of Military equipment and photos. The items will be sold in lots as you see in the displays. Best to inspect in person of originality and condition or we can give a detailed analysis of what you are interested in. All offers are considered. All vehicles have titles and are [...]
With all the hard work done, this Ford M20 Armored Car would make a great addition to any military vehicle collection. The M20 Light Armored Car was a 6×6 armored car produced by the Ford Motor Company during World War II. Based on the M8 chassis, it was used by the U.S. and British troops [...]
I’m told this is a Russian 45MM cannon, and that it has a de-milled breach ring. It is best to inspect and do some research on the details of this piece. History The 45mm gun bearing 53-K was a combination of a modified carriage of the 37mm anti-tank gun model 1931 with a 45 mm [...]
These 3 T-16 Carriers have been stored for 25 years in a warehouse in Argentina. They are in excellent non-running condition, but are complete with their original engines and transmissions, instrument panels, engine covers (usually missing ), tracks and boogies in excellent condition, controls , seats, etc. The three carriers are in similar condition. These vehicles still have [...]
The M8 Light Armored Car was a 6×6 armored car produced by the Ford Motor Company during World War II. It was used by the U.S. and British troops. Very nice condition and complete. Has correct WWII radio set and equipment. Engine Runs and the vehicle drives great. Included in the sale but not shown [...]
Walk around with the WWII Dodge KD64 Ambulance, the WC52 Dodge and a first generation HMMWV.
In 1941, the U.S. Military contracted with Studebaker Corporation of South bend Indiana to design, test and build a “top-secret” snow vehicle for commando use in Norway. As a result of this effort, the “Weasel Light Cargo Carrier” designated “T-15″ was the earliest production version of the weasel family. It had the engine in rear [...]
The basic idea for the Weasel came from inventor Geoffrey Pyke in support of his proposals to attack German forces and industrial installations in Norway. Pyke’s plan to hamper the atomic weapons development project for which he proposed a fast light mechanized device that would transport small groups of commando troops of the 1st Special [...]
Rob lights up this great example of a 1942 General Electric Searchlight and generator made in WWII.
Rob shows a great example of a WWII prototype Jeep made by Ford Motor Company for the US Army.