Other wheeled military transport in the 1930s

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Other wheeled military transport in the 1930s

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Okay, not a truck, but still in use in 1931:

http://www.militaryhorse.org/forum/topi ... IC_ID=6489
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Oops, that last one was me.
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Nice shots....

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You can see how the early truck beds are just copies of those wagon beds, hoods, hood frames, Dodge even copied the shapes of the wagon bed uprights for the metal beds.
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Re: Nice shots....

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Gordon_M wrote:You can see how the early truck beds are just copies of those wagon beds, hoods, hood frames, Dodge even copied the shapes of the wagon bed uprights for the metal beds.
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Indeed, the Dodge name for their early 4x4 trucks, "Power Wagon", was not much of exaggeration.
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Opps that was me again. I've reset my settings to log in automatically with each visit, so I quit doing that.