I acquired a 1944 Dodge WC63, 1.5 Ton, 6x6 a few years ago. As a retired Marine, I wanted to eventually convert it from it's Army colors and Tac marks to Marine. I discoverd early on that the USMC and Navy had Internationals and the Army had the Dodges in WW II. I was not going to make a non authentic conversion. After a lot of research and postings on the "G" I discovered the following. When WW II ended the Army declared a lot of Dodges excess and a lot of them were new and never deployed. Marines from Camp Lejeune visited Ft. Bragg, Ft. Benning and probably a few other installations and "cherry picked" the best that they could acquire. From what I understand, the streets aboard Camp Lejeune were loaded with lines of these Dodges for a time. Subsequently, a lot were used in the years after the War and then landed with the 1st Mar. Div. at Inchon. In fact, I have pictures of Dodge WC62's and 63's like mine being used as the Prime Mover for the T66, 24 Tube, 4.5 Inch Rocket Launcher, Towed. Did that light my candle! So, I may not have an authentic Marine WW II Dodge, but I have a Korean War Era one. Additionally, I've gotten further corroboration from members of the Marine Rocket Association who used and drove them in Korea. They said they loved that truck, especially when outfitted with the winter cab canvas and a heater unit they fabbed for the driver and cargo area when moving troops.