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AM General are one of the principal manufacturers of military ground vehicles in USA and through various mergers and takeovers AM General are linked with Willys Overland who famously manufactured the Willys Jeep used during WWII. Now American Motors manufacture the the military HMMWV / Humvee which has attracted a huge following by military enthusiasts all over the world.

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For 1980 AML90 Panhard. New complete Panhard 4HD petrol motor. Also, distributor for 4HD. Offers of used or rebuilt considered. 20 dummy rounds suitable for D921 90mm Giat Industries F1 gun. Replica or decommissioned 7.62mm MAS coaxial machine gun 2400 dummy rounds for machine gun. Panhard AML series orignal night vision equipment. Any and all externally mounted ancillary equipment of the period suitable to the vehicle.

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1945 FORD GPW the car start and run great, Asking for $21000 including shipping.

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1943 Zundapp Ks750 with sidecar. Perfectly restored with all original parts . The bike will make a good collection and personal bike. $23,000

American WW2 Military Vehicles

There are many different types of military ground vehicles designed for specific uses in various arenas of conflict, such as tanks and self propelled guns, but here we are concentrating mainly on American World War II utility, recon & personnel vehicles which carry limited or no weaponry.

1942 Willys MB Jeep

The Willys MB and the Ford GPW Jeeps are four-wheel drive utility vehicles that were manufactured during World War II. Produced from 1941 to 1945, it evolved after the war into the civilian Jeep styles which are popular to this day and became the inspiration for many similar vehicles produced by various manufacturers.

1942 - 1945 Willys MB

Engine: 134.2 cu in / 2,199 cc

Transmission: 3 spd. x 2 range trf. case

Suspension: Live axles on leaf springs

Fuel: 15 US gal / 12.5 imp gal / 56.8 L

Range: 300 mi / 482.8 km

Speed: 65 mph / 105 km/h


M3 Half Track

The M3 was produced with many variants & was not only in use by US Army & Marines, but it was also supplied to British & Soviet Forces. The M3 had a single rear access door and seating for a 12-man rifle squad. Five seats were arranged on each side in the rear of the vehicle and three seats inside the cab.

1943 US M3 Half Track

Engine: White 160AX 147 hp

Transmission: Spicer 3461 constant mesh

Suspension: Front: semi-elliptic longitudinal leaf spring / Rear: Vertical volute spring

Fuel: 60 US gallons / 230 litres

Range: 200 miles / 320 km

Speed: 45 mph / 72 km/h


M8 Armored Car (Greyhound in UK)

Manufactured by Ford, this vehicle was used by both US & British Armed Forces. It was not designed for heavy offensive combat. The vehicle's armor provided a limited degree of protection against small-arms fire & with only .25 in (6 mm) of floor armor, many crews used sandbags as additional protection against German mines.

M8 Greyhound Armored Car

Engine: Hercules JXD 6 cylinder 110hp.

Suspension: 6×6 wheeled, leaf spring

Fuel: 59 US gallons / 227 litres

Range: 200 - 400 miles / 320 - 640 km

Speed: 55 mph / 89 km/h

Weight:  14 tons


M29 Weasel Tracked Vehicle

A fast, light vehicle that could cover ground where an ordinary wheeled could not & used to supply troops to difficult to reach frontline positions. Also used by Canada, UK & France. There was also a M29C model which was amphibious, but was limited mainly to inland waterways due to its instability in rougher water.

M29 Weasel Tracked Vehicle

Engine: Studebaker Model 6-170 Champion 6-cylinder 70 hp (52 kW)

Suspension: Tracked

Range: 165 miles / 266 km

Speed: 36 mph / 58 km/h

M29C: Buoyancy cells front & rear + twin rudders



A six wheel drive amphibious version of the 2.5 ton CCKW truck used by the U.S. military in WWII. It was not armor plated to keep the weight down & was intended for fast strikes against the enemy where water needed to be crossed. It was equally at home on land or sea & had an internal device for adjusting tire pressures to suit driving conditions.

WWII DUKW Amphibious U.S. Military Vehicle

Engine: GMC Model 270, 91 hp

Transmission: A five-speed overdrive transmission drove a transfer case for the propeller, then a two-speed transfer case to drive the axles

Range: 400 miles / 640 km (on road)

Speed: 50 mph / 80 km/h road,
6.4 mph / 10 km/h water


Dodge WC9 Ambulance

The Dodge WC series was a range of light military 4x4 trucks produced by Dodge and Fargo during WWII. Variants included weapon carriers, telephone installation trucks, ambulances, reconnaissance vehicles, mobile workshops and command cars. An extremely popular & versatile vehicle that was used by many countries in one form or another.

Dodge WC9 Ambulance used in WWII

Engine: Dodge T-214, 92 hp

Transmission: 4 speed X 2 range

Suspension: Live beam axles on leaf springs

Range: 240 miles / 386.2 km

Speed: 54 mph / 87 km/h

Manufactured: 255,000+


M4 High-Speed Tractor

The M4 was based on the chassis and drive train of the obsolescent M2 Light Tank. Re-using old vehicles simplified design, production was quicker, and made maintenance in the field easier. Two variants were made, one for towing AA Guns & another for Howitzers along with the gun crew & equipment in the rear section.

M4 High-Speed Tractor

Engine: Waukesha 145GZ OHV I6, 210hp

Suspension: Vertical volute spring

Range: 100 miles / 160 km

Speed: 35 mph / 56 km/h

Weight: 31,400 lbs / 14.2 tons

Manufactured: 5552


Harley-Davidson WLA

This was a version of the civilian Harley Davidson WL model & was adapted for U.S. military use in 1942. This motorcycle was never used for combat purposes, but served a vital role for police and escort work, courier duties, and some scouting, as well as limited use to transport radio equipment.

Harley-Davidson WLA

Engine: 45ci / 740cc gasoline.

Accessories: Heavy-duty luggage rack for radios, ammo box, leather Thompson sub machine gun scabbard, skid plate, leg protectors, and windshield could be fitted.

Most came with at least these accessories less the windshield or leg protectors

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