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”,...
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...