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sbags
08-25-2007, 09:00 PM
A couple of M-37's and a GMC 6x6, mucker........

A Dodge M-37.
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Official Use Only!! That means 4-bying right?
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Just needs tires and a trip to the dump is in order!
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Winch on old excavator/crane thingy.....:D
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Crane digger lifter doohickey.
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230.5 CID of flathead 6 power!!
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Since it had all it's parts, I thought I'd take her for a quick wheel!
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Canadian M-37!!
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Got shifter? I know that traction control button is around here somewhere.....damn, that was the A/C!!
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Camperize it, Cummins it, 44 inch Bogger it, and flog it!!
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I sure look sick!! Must be why I'm gettin' in!! Smokin'!!
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Cold weather comfort.
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Sweet, if the amblAnce be rockin', don't come a knockin'!![36]
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Canadian or US $$$$$$?
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GMC 6x6.
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Drive by wire was around then too eh?!!
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2.5 Ton diffs and axles.
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How many guys got hemroids from this old girl?
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Cool junk!
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Rust art.
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Ouch!!
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Inside of the sex machine!
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Plow me.
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Pull it woman!!
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Your new wagon sir.
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Muck cart.
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The mucker.
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Eimco Rockershovel.
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Front of the beast.
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How much gold you got boy?
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Goldminers daughter.
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Bike trailer from Holland.
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Evan the Blue
08-25-2007, 09:11 PM
Great Pics ... I love the old military junk, such a shame its all rusting away

Taxidermy
08-25-2007, 09:34 PM
nice pics

jeepingpw
08-25-2007, 09:48 PM
where was this???

If it's up north, then they were used to build the Alaska Hwy.

My GPW was USA issue & left up here after the war.

I never got to drive the M37, but did drive a GM 6x6 to Yakama, Wash. , USA one summer.

Friggin slow & had all the floor access panels open to cool the feet.

MR.MIKE
08-25-2007, 10:36 PM
wow that old military stuff is cool

epic3
08-26-2007, 12:48 AM
what a trip that would be to go and bring one of those old trucks back

sbags
08-26-2007, 07:04 PM
where was this???

If it's up north, then they were used to build the Alaska Hwy.

My GPW was USA issue & left up here after the war.

I never got to drive the M37, but did drive a GM 6x6 to Yakama, Wash. , USA one summer.

Friggin slow & had all the floor access panels open to cool the feet.
These are the old girls that helped build the Alcan Hwy. I ran a GMC on Vancouver Island for fire fighting with no exhaust and the 2 speed tranny, what a slow pig!!! Then it snowed on me one day.........it liked the ditch soooo much it sat there for a couple of days!!