Pre War CCC Truck

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Pre War CCC Truck

Post by Pat Holscher »

Off topic, I admit, but the Civilian Conservation Corps was closely associated with the U.S. Army during the Great Depression. They wore the Army's uniforms, lived in camps, and had some Army administration.

Anyhow, here's an interesting photograph of the sort of vehicle they could be found using:

http://www.sublette.com/history/ccc/scr-slide33.jpg
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Not off-topic at all

Post by Gordon_M »

The Army bought the CCC trucks, and one VC Dodge was bought with a CCC registration number...

More photos??

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Post by Pat Holscher »

Thanks Gordon.

More photos can be found here:

http://www.sublette.com/history/ccc/
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Post by Enigma »

Looks like a Dodge brothers KH34