Trailer – 6 ton Clothing Repair Semi-Trailer

History These semi-trailers were built by Rivers Body Factory and Timpte Bros during WW2. They were often towed by 4/5 ton 4×4 trucks (made by Autocar, Federal,…). Their purpose was to provide mobile clothing repair facilities. Our semi-trailer was built by Rivers Body Factory and is the 8th built. It is awaiting restoration. On the…

Trailer – M38 Military field kitchen

History This mobile food kitchen is a model manufactured in 1916 ; one item is shown at the WWI museum in Meaux. This kitchen was, during this period, horse-drawn, fitted with removable carriage arms. This model was subsequently modified in 1936, then again in 1938. Various manufacturers produced it: …

Trailer – C-2 (40′)

History The C-2 semi-trailer was built by Trailer Co. Of America for US Army Air Force, to transport aircrafts. It was normally associated to the wrecker trucks built by Bierdmann (C-2), Corbitt (54SD6), and Federal (606). The C-2 trailer was built in two lengths: 25’ and 40’. A dolly could…

Trailer – 1-ton water

Technical Data 1-ton 250-gal water trailer for the transport, storage and distribution of drinking water Manufactuers: Ben Hur Mfg. Co., Checker Cab Mfg. Co., Springfield Auto Works Empty weight: 1400 lb (635 kg) Payload: 2000 lb (907 kg) Brake: parking handbrake only

Trailer – M10 ammunition

History M10 Ammo Trailer has been designed to be mainly pulled by Priest M7 tank, 105mm Sherman, but could also be pulled by class 2,5 Tons trucks, half-tracks, armoured vehicles etc. Maximum of three M10 trailers could be coupled in a line to the above vehicles. The trailer carried the following ammunitions…

Trailer – 10-ton semi-trailer

History This trailer is more widely known in France under the name of “Fiche 75” than under its real name “semi-trailer, cargo, 7-ton (10-ton gross)”. This designation « Fiche 75 » arises from the French Army which used numerous items post WWII. The designation was also repeated in the civilian sector due…

Trailer – 1 Ton Ben Hur

Technical Data Made by 22 different manufacturers, but mainly by Ben Hur. Weight (empty): 1470 lbs Payload: 2000 lbs Weight (loaded): 3470 lbs Brake: manual hand brake only Height: 32″, 73″ avec ridelles en place Length: 145 1/2″ Width: 71 1/8″

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

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…