Dodge WC-54 Ambulance

History John Francis Dodge was born in 1864 in Michigan and his brother Horace Elgin in 1868.  Early on they both showed a great interest in mechanics.  They first worked in Canada where they were able to rent an area within the company that hired them and started by manufacturing bicycles.  In…

Dodge WC-56 Command car

History John Francis Dodge was born in 1864 in Michigan and his brother Horace Elgin in 1868.  Early on they both showed a great interest in mechanics.  They first worked in Canada where they were able to rent an area within the company that hired them and started by manufacturing bicycles.  In a time of…

Dodge WC-58 Command car

History John Francis Dodge was born in 1864 in Michigan and his brother Horace Elgin in 1868.  Early on they both showed a great interest in mechanics.  They first worked in Canada where they were able to rent an area within the company that hired them and started by manufacturing bicycles.  In…

Dodge WC-51 n°2

This vehicle belonged to a long time member of the club. When he passed away the association decided to purchase his vehicle so it could remain with our collection. It is in good condition but will need some engine and brakes work. History John Francis Dodge was born in 1864 in Michigan and his brother…

Dodge WC-51

History John Francis Dodge was born in 1864 in Michigan and his brother Horace Elgin in 1868.  Early on they both showed a great interest in mechanics.  They first worked in Canada where they were able to rent an area within the company that hired them and started by manufacturing bicycles.  In…

Ford Canada F15

History The Canadian FORD F15 belongs to the CMP family (Canadian Military Pattern) that were designed and built in Canada during World War II according to the British War Department specifications. Therefore, like all trucks produced in Great Britain at that time, it is a right-hand drive vehicle, full wheel…

Laffly V15T

History Founded in 1849, Laffly was a French manufacturer of trucks and commercial vehicles. In 1912, the Laffly company began manufacturing vehicles in Boulogne-Billancourt, a Paris suburb better known for its historical Renault manufacturing plant (no longer in existence). In the 1930s and until the end of the Second World War, Laffly manufactured many military…

Jeep SAS

History The Special Air Service (SAS), a special force of the British Army, had the task to carry out commandos missions in the Middle East. SAS Jeeps had to transport quickly in the desert 4 soldiers with their weapons and had to come as close as possible to the target without being detected. …

Jeep Willys MB USAAF

History Not every Jeep got the famous olive drab paint during WW2. We restored this one in the colors of the United States Army Air Force (USAAF). Technical data Manufacturer : Willys Overland Corp USA Length : 10.89 ft Width : 5.15 ft Height : 5.97 ft Weight : 3,086 lb Max speed : 65…

Jeep U.S. Navy

History Among the hundreds of thousands of Jeep built during WW2, some were used by other branches than the US Army. We restored this one in the colors of the US Navy, used on naval bases or in ports as a general purpose vehicule. Grey paint also used on Navy ships was used to paint…

Jeep Willys MB

History The Jeep became the primary light wheeled transport vehicle of the United States military during WW2. More than 600000 Jeep were produced by Willys and Ford from 1941 to 1945. Large numbers of jeeps were also provided to U.S. allies. Technical data Manufacturer : Willys Overland Corp USA Length : 10.89 ft Width :…

Chevrolet Canada C8 HUP

History Our Chevrolet HUP (Heavy Utility Personnel), undergoing restoration, belongs to the family of the Canadian trucks designed in Canada during WWII. 12,000 only were made, with specific features as compared to other similar vehicles (shorter drive axles, different braking system). This first HUP model had no spare wheel. They were, as a number of…