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Server Time is Wednesday June 19th, 2013 at 8:49:09 AM (CDT)
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Make: Ford GPW 12110
Submitted By: Gart Donker
Location: Limburg, Nederland
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G503 Related Events
A Jeep Comes Home - Italy to USA
May 19 through June 03, 2013
Newark to Toledo, New Jersey to Ohio, United States
A 1943 Willys MB will celebrate its 70th birthday returning to Toledo, where it was accepted by the US Army on June 3, 1943. What makes this trip unique is that the car resides in Italy, near Rome. Owner Vittorio Argento will ship out the US-marked MB in April, collect it in mid-May in New Jersey and drive at a leisurely pace to Ohio with fellow enthusiast Gregory Alegi. Exact stops and dates are still flexible due to the usual factors, but we will be updating daily via Twitter (@ajeepcomeshome, #ajeepcomeshome), Facebook (A Jeep comes home) or watch out for the MB on a road near you. The e-mail is email@example.com.
Vintage Jeep Supply Inventory Liquidation & Real Estate Auction
Fairview, Tennessee, United States
Complete Inventory Liquidation & Real Estate Auction of Vintage Jeep Supply in Fairview, TN
June 22 at 10:00 am
All Inventory will sell to the highest bidder!
Click link for inventory list & more information.
Breakout: Operation Cobra Reenactment (July 13-14, 2013)
July 13 through July 14, 2013
Chesterfield, Michigan, United States
Event Information and Theme:
The Michigan Military Technical and Historical Society and the Chesterfield Historical Society are proud to present Macomb County’s newest event. The theme this year is Operation Cobra (25–31 July 1944), the breakout of Normandy during World War II. Smaller part of Operation Overload, Cobra took place seven weeks after DDAY.
The event will have both an allied and axis camp for public displays, with two public battles on Saturday and Sunday. In addition, Military vehicles will be on display and various vendors will be on site. Meals will be provided for military reenactors, thanks to Phil Naud and his World War II field Kitchen. Food will be provided for all WWII military and home front reenactors. We have a very cooperative venue, easy access from a major expressway and a local government that is on board.
If you are a reenactor with a vehicle or just an owner, we invite you to come out and participate. For vehicle owners, we have prime spots in the middle of the event, between the Allied and Axis camps. It will be a great event for display and discussion with the public.
With the limited show space, currently there are no plans to include vehicles in the battle. This could change once we visit the site to assess the space to work with.
As this is a first year event, we will not be able to provide fuel reimbursement. If the show is a success we have the possibility of doing so next year.
If questions, comments or additional information, Contact myself, Joshua Kuligowski at joshuakul@yahoo.
More information and current details can be found on our Eventbrite page and Facebook Page.