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    Newly purchased an M35A2 - trailer/towbar? Houston Area

    Water, I believe the truck was adapted for use in firefighting somewhere, it had been painted red as well. Someone pointed out the tanks may be from water-buffalo trailers, the water tank version of the M35 has a single tank.
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    Newly purchased an M35A2 - trailer/towbar? Houston Area

    When I was a young sub-lieutenant in the Canadian Forces reserves, I spent many an hour riding in the back of what we called an MLVW or "ML" for short, basically an M35 made by Bombardier with some winterization. Brings back some memories... not all good!
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    Newly purchased an M35A2 - trailer/towbar? Houston Area

    Found it started and ran great, but brakes were not safe to drive, so thanks to yall's good advice we had rented a heavy trailer and had no trouble hauling it home. I'm sure I'll be back on here looking for recommendations for getting it up and running.
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    Newly purchased an M35A2 - trailer/towbar? Houston Area

    Well, I dove into it this week purchasing a 1967 M35A2 in Bryan, Texas on Gov Planet. It reportedly starts and runs without a boost and appears drive-able. I need to bring it home now and trying to figure out the economical way. Distance is about 60 miles. I have a 2012 diesel F250, tow...
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