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Interesting.......

No data plates I guess?

Any evidence of Air Force markings?

Do you know how big this gun ring was, sounds like maybe a radar guided AA gun?

The Army Air Force also used that chassis as airport crash trucks late in WWII.

Weren't there some bases in Colorado during the war?
 

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no data plates. On the hood I found the letters USN and USA .The gun ring was over the cab this was a open cab truck the owner built the cab that is on the truck . he used it to pull a lowboy trailer to move heavy equipment . I don't know where he bought it .
 

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Happy Hooker in woods.jpg

Here is our 1941 Diamond-T 969. Technically just a 4 ton but we all know what they can really handle!

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