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What is this prime mover?

June 15 2012 at 4:51 PM
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Is this a CCKW or something else?

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Jon

 
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  1. 2 1/2 ton - Jim Dodson on Jun 15, 4:52 PM
    1. Studebaker, Chevy, or GMC? - Jon Warneke on Jun 15, 5:17 PM
     
  2. Could be the CCKW 352 - Ed Keene on Jun 15, 5:29 PM
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  4. GMC CCKW 353 - Tom Owens on Jun 15, 5:40 PM
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  6. is that a US bofors under the tarp..?? - jamie sumner on Jun 15, 9:58 PM
    1. 37mm mount - Jon Warneke on Jun 15, 11:10 PM
      1. Ah now if this were in plastic..... - karl van sweden on Jun 16, 10:39 AM
        1. Maybe not in plastic... - Jon Warneke on Jun 16, 11:16 AM
          1. T28-M15 conversions - Ted Paone on Jun 19, 3:13 PM
            1. You mean this? - Jon Warneke on Jun 23, 11:05 PM
      2. Ah now if this were in plastic..... - karl van sweden on Jun 16, 10:46 AM
    2. M3 37mm gun - Kurt Laughlin on Jun 15, 11:39 PM
     


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