my 1934 Dodge 4x4 K39x4

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my 1934 Dodge 4x4 K39x4

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Hi everyone. I'm a newbie here on this forum-recommended by a fellow enthusiast. I thought I'd share my truck with you guys. It's a 1934 Dodge 4x4 K39x4. I bought it in the deep south after a long slumber-I don't know it's background history. I've only seen these truck in pictures and havn't heard of another one still in existence. Pictures to follow soon.....
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Please check out this thread for more pictures and info. Cheers.

http://g503.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f= ... 8#p1278098
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Congratulations on your rare find. Get that baby restored and you'll be the envy of just about every Dodge military and civilian truck owner in existence. :thumbup:
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I uploaded lots of pictures of my truck for you all to check out...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/29884152@N ... 906422958/
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Pic has now appeared on Peter J's place too so the images are getting around.

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Topic1201.aspx
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Yep, I've wanted/looked for this model truck for years. Congrats and good luck!
P.S. I believe 796 of these were made along with a follow up batch of 1,800 in 1938, Model RF40-X-4USA
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Thanks for those production numbers. Do you have any other information on what branches of the service these trucks were used in? I have seen pictures of them in Hawaii and also in the Presidio in San Francisco. Any other pictures or info out there?
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cant wait to see it come to life. nice find.
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It looks like with the birth of my firstborn that I won't be getting to this truck anytime soon. Thanks for all the info on the truck and checking it out. I just listed it on ebay for sale. Here is the link....

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1934-Dod ... v4exp=true
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How goes the sale ?

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Let us know if and when it finds a good home.
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Relisted. I've had some offers but I still have the truck. I have a newborn 7 week old girl, little spare time, and it's time to cull the herd a bit. This is the only known survivor of less than 800 made. I've slashed my reseve-I want to sell the truck. Once in a lifetime opportunity for not that much coin...

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1934-Dod ... v4exp=true
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Did it find a good home or is it still with you?

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I am interested in its fate as well.. I hope its being saved!