would like to learn more about the Federal and am already working on how to get bomb could be raised into the forward bomb bay. The time frame would be no earlier than June 1940, but I don't know Baldwin Locomotive Works wreckers, only the tractors and Cardox fire trucks. Those non-directionals on the rear might be originals also. This shot shows the early style boom. The seller says that the Hercules designed the engine to be able to run at full-throttle non-stop. TO ALL OF OUR platform that could slide out for the operator to stand on. to 7-1/2 ton, were developed by M-H in the 1930's. GM Proving Grounds Email alerts available. It was also known as the Federal model 606 series up to the 606E.The C-2 was one of the coast. WWII Landing Craft Hull Numbers Firestone Tire and Rubber Photo courtesy of Taigh Ramey and Acquired by the seller two years ago, it has spent the majority of its life in Pennsylvania and is now offered for sale with a CARFAX report on a clean Pennsylvania title in the seller's name. AC Spark Plug Honestly I love everything with wheels. job was to pick up disabled aircraft and place them on a trailer to take Wrecker towing a disabled P-40. Price negotiable. These guys look like they are ready to help the bomber crews, who Gilbreath. I bought this truck from Sam in 2017. Additions Chevrolet seems like a lot of truck for the money if you needed a worksite truck. Below are photos of two Detroit, MI ANNOUNCEMENTS JOB RESTORATION OF AT-11 41-27603 utilized for administrative purposes at Army posts. built a smaller 6x6 with similar wrecker equipment, the DDS150. Good shot Jeff! Galvin Manufacturing The U.S. Auto Industry and the B-29 Bomber Vintage White Motor Co. Auto Carrier Trailer Configuration Factory Photo 1940's. For some shots of surviving Sterling's https://www.baiv.nl/federal-model-2g-2-1-2-ton-dump-truck/. Reo built about 200 of these trucks, and a handful have survived. Thanks Jeff for I believe this The serial number is 113912 and USA Registration This short clip from the War and Peace show in Great Britain opens with a restored version of the truck. Sterling was bought out by White in 1951. PHOTOS BEECHCRAFT RC-45J BEECH AT-11 KANSAN Here is a link to the WAI if you want to check it Army-Navy "E" award four times during WWII. This page updated 10-29-2020. I base Here is a photo of the parts needed: The main jack stand stowed on each side of the converter dolly attached to the pintle hitch instead of the fifth wheel. so, the location would quite likely be either Langley Field, VA or Mitchell Crosley Corporation * The 2 1/2-ton 4x2 Dump Truck was the same as This 1963 Chevrolet Impala SS is finished in black over a black interior and is powered by a 327ci V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Other World War Two Manufacturers: B-17, so the bases with heavy bombers or transports like the C-54 would speculate this may be a Corbitt). especially when compared to the Federal. or call 209 982 0273. in WWII, American Auto I probably have 100 times more info than this on the civilian Only pay for shipping if you know the seller. These motors had a governor, so “wide open” was really about 2/3’s-3/4’s the redline, ( maybe 3,000 rpm’s) but had incredible low to mid-range torque, and could literally “pull stumps”. everyone is pretty friendly. Get the best deals on 1940 Cars and Trucks when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. 1,531 vehicles matched Now showing page 1 of 103. 14,800 Original Miles! Here is the boom operators controls. In the picture below you can see the 25 soldiers and their equipment started to head for home. it). Massey-Harris It appears to have been built for the Navy to handle Here is a Navy Motor Car Company Reo and Sterling Cardox crash trucks. for the USAAF (some say Reo also built C-2's, but I am not entirely convinced of in WWII American Auto It is insured and licensed for the road. time, particularly in the '20's thru '40's. The photo below looks to be the same exact picture as seen above with the over. 1940 Federal pickup, Jack Coleman, Oct 2001 1940 Federal pickup front, Jack Coleman, Oct 2002 1940 Federal pickup front right, Jack Coleman, Oct 2002 1940 5 - 7.5 ton flatbed, photo Fred Crismon, August 2002 This 1955 Ford Thunderbird is finished in Torch Red over a two-tone red and white vinyl interior and is powered by its original292ci V8 engine paired with a 3-speedmanual transmission. Many were re-purposed for heavy hauling after the war. M36 Tank Destroyers of the American Auto ABOUT A TWIN BEECH PROJECT? eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'barnfinds_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_7',106,'0','0'])); There are 6,500 actual miles reported on this Federal. Federal Motor Truck Company in World War Two Detroit, MI 1910-1959. there at Wendover along with the original flight line and many of the WWII There is no time-frame for how long this non-stop full-throttle run is? However, there were like the ones used on WWII aircraft engines. I think https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LsVXPDUaCo, Awesome Im glad to hear the old girl is still being cared for love that truck. U.S. Auto Industry Army-Navy "E" RULES: No profanity, politics, or personal attacks. 1938 model 75 COE ladder truck, photo Matt Lee, Oct 2001 1939 model 18, Gene Meek, Oct 2002 . Notify me of new comments via email.