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    Default Hello! Would love help identifying these bucket seats.

    They are marked "Dodge 4x4" but that's all I know. Thanks in advance! Sorry-no matter what I try the photos post sideways.

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    Welcome. Those are bucket seats for the WWII open cab weapons carriers, I’m not smart enough to say 1/2 or 3/4 ton, but the guys at Vintage Power Wagons will know and likely will be interested in buying what you have.

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    Late model 44 45 dodge WC 51,52,62,63 3/4 ton
    2 M152's
    2 M37's and 2 M37 parts trucks
    1 M43
    1 1942 MK1 universal carrier
    1 iltis runner and 40 salvage units
    1 M101 trailer
    2 M104 trailers
    2 M101CDN 2 trailers
    1 1990 Leyland Daf
    1972 Gama Goat
    WC54
    WC52
    WC52/APT
    F15A CMP
    1993 LSVW

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    In pic #4 the near seat with the springs is late model open cab WC, the bucket in the rear of the photo is early WC open cab with the crash pads and snaps on the outside to hold them in place. Both 3/4 ton
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