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Posting for my bro-in-law. Bro purchased this from a friend that was a farmer in Indiana. The farmer, in his spare time, restored all types of military vehicles to museum quality. This was his field/workhorse truck.

Swapped in a Chevy 350, and kept the original radaitor, transmission, and 24v wiring. He adapted the Chevy starter to 24v.

This truck is solid. Runs great, plow works, too. Salt spreader was installed last winter and is not included with purchase. Bed and back half is solid.

Has dent on driver's front fender, have nondented fender, too. Canvas top in good shape, I'm certain everything works, including the blackout lights.

Great farm truck, or restoration canidate, or just for puttin' around the trails and parades.

Here's some specs copied from somewhere on the web. . .
Electrical: Ignition, Starting, Lights, 24 volts
Transmission:New Process...Model 88950 (or NP420)4 Speed, Synchro-Shift in 3rd and 4th gear
Transfer Case:New Process...88845 (or NP200)Ratio...High 1:1, low 1.96:1
Twin lever operation, one for 4x4 or 4x2 selection, one for hi or low range
Drive Shaft:MFG...Universal Products
Axles: Dodge Full Floating (Hypoid) Ratio...5.83:1 Front Universal Drive...New Process (tracta joint)
Brakes:Wagner...Hydraulic drum Parking- External Contracting Band...48 Sq. In.
Steering:Gemmer Model B-60...Worm and Sector Type.
Wheelbase: 112"
Weight: M37 w/o Winch...5687 lbs.
Tire Size: 9.00 x 16 - 8 ply Non-Directional Military Highway

Vehicle located in New Boston 48164 $4000.

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