1953 Ford ¼ Ton Truck

1953 Ford ¼ Ton Truck

M38A1 CDN Even before World War II ended in 1945, the Cold War was clearly coming, and Canada and its Allies started rearmament programs. In 1951, the Willys-Overland Motor Company of Toledo, Ohio began production of the M38 ¼ Ton Truck, more commonly known as “Jeep”,...
VIRTUAL TOUR

VIRTUAL TOUR

PRESENTING OUR VIRTUAL MUSEUM TOUR Many thanks to Michael Tian who created the 3D scan for us, as well as to Andrew and Mia from North Island Proper Measure Limited for their editing.  Their generous support allows us to share this unique tour with you! Our physical...
1952 Dodge ¾ Ton, 4 x 4, Ambulance M43 CDN

1952 Dodge ¾ Ton, 4 x 4, Ambulance M43 CDN

M37 ¾ Ton Standard Military Pattern During WW2 Canada had developed and produced a range of soft-skin vehicles generally following British requirements although with their own distinct cabs. By the early 1950s it was considered more practical to use American-pattern...
1945 Willys MB

1945 Willys MB

Jeep The Willys MB, commonly known as “Jeep”, created a whole new class of frontline transport. The Jeep is a general-purpose personnel or cargo carrier, especially designed for reconnaissance or command. It is extremely versatile and readily adaptable to any role...