Here is a link to some older pictures, having the good fortune of driving one this fall for several hours has inspired me to get very busy this year on mine, I have most all parts, including a N.O.S. W-670-9A engine with 10 hours on the meter, all radio gear, rebuilt the transaxle. I need to do some sheet metal repair and fab a couple fuel tanks, and pull the hull from my building and go to town blasting and painting, as you know it's not your run of the mill ford or chevy, parts are hard to find and that darn pump has been hiding for years!! It's not like finding 13 M-3's in a jungle in SA....I have had the pleasure of chatting with most everyone who has a LVT and hope we can save as many as possible as they saved GI's landing on beaches or crossing rivers... So if anyone has seen this carcuss of a LVT in New Jersey, I'd like to see if it has a donor pump!
Thanks for putting up with me on the G-503..
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