I purchased this and and an M715 parts truck.
Seeing it sitting near the ground, I intended to scavenge any useful parts and leave the carcass.
The sandy soil of the area provided good drainage and I could see no serious rust, so we decided to put the axles back under it and rescue the whole truck.
It was used for bagged feed storage, so the rear compartment was piled full of empty feed sacks.
When we got home, I backed up to the dumpster and unloaded all the trash to find an original and complete rear compartment.
For whatever reason, I didn't take any pictures of the interior, and now I'm storing parts for my M715 project in it.
I've got enough extra parts to get this going, if I can find time and motivation after the M715 is done.
captndavie wrote:Nice to see her "back on her feet!"
After we replaced the axles, Mickey(the former owner) remarked, "I never thought I'd see the old medic wagon on High Rubber