Bomb Trailers

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Bomb Trailers

Post by gerrykan » Thu May 03, 2012 3:24 pm

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Re: Bomb Trailers

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Re: Bomb Trailers

Post by geargrinder » Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:46 am

Thanks for posting the three pictures of bomb trucks and trailers.
The third one from Guadalcanal shows a Bomb truck and trailer
that is interesting. I have seen a surviving example of the trailer
here on the G503. I wonder if the truck is a 4X4 Ford. I Have only
seen one other example in a WW2 photo book.

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Re: Bomb Trailers

Post by Craig Johnson » Wed Jul 10, 2013 9:06 am

Dont like saying this out loud but about 35 Years ago (makes me feel old) My Dad, brother and I were on our typical hunt for Military vehicles in Washington State and there were two Bomb Trucks in a field. One was the standard GTB and the other was one of the civilian versions like the one pictured. Defiantly Military and not just a farmer conversion. I was like Dad can you buy that for me just like most 12 year olds. He didnt. Will see if I can find the picture of it.
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