he should get both of 'em them up and running. He won't see much competition on the show field, or meeting one on the highway. Since he now owns two M15's, he may be getting a monopoly going.
Only 1230 1941 M15's came off the assembly line, followed by 592 M15's in 1942. That's a grand total of 1822 units. Compare that to 4000 M15's built with US government permission in 1945. The survivor rate for the 1945 are more than double the 1941-42 M15 trucks.
This truck, that Mark has purchased, is serial number M15-990T, a 1941 heavy-heavy duty 1 tonner with the 'T' chassis. It was built about three-quarters of the way through the 1941 production year. It is a rare example of the 1941 model, just look at the manliness of the brute. Mark is to be congratulated in snagging this truck, even in the face of household scorn. (Unfortunately, we're not there to help if the scorn is being spread on heavy!)
Posted on Mar 20, 2012, 1:43 PM from IP address 18.104.22.168