GMC CCKW 353 Leroi Compressor

History With a total of 562 500 units produced, the GMC CCKW is the WWII emblematic light truck, released in numerous variants : cargo, gasoline tanker, water tanker, workshop, artillery tractor, compressor, tipper truck, amphibious truck etc…. This model is equipped with a compressor built by the Leroi company (implanted in Milwaukee, Wisconsin). This truck was…

Dodge WC-62 6×6

History John Francis Dodge was born in 1864 in Michigan and his brother Horace Elgin in 1868.  Early on they both showed a great interest in mechanics.  They first worked in Canada where they were able to rent an area within the company that hired them and started by manufacturing bicycles.  In a time of…

Dodge T110

History Originally manufactured in the US for civilian purposes, this truck has been adapted to British military specifications  and then manufactured in Canada. This truck became a movie star since it “played” in the 1953 famous French movie directed by Henri Georges Clouzot “The wages of Fear”. It was Canadian military Dodge despite its left…

GMC CCKW 353 B2 cargo

History With a total of 562 500 units produced, the GMC CCKW is the WWII emblematic light truck, released in numerous variants : cargo, gasoline tanker, water tanker, workshop, artillery tractor, compressor, tipper truck, amphibious truck etc… As steel was more heavily rationed during the course of the war, the steel cargo bed was replaced by…

GMC CCKW 353 D1 gasoline tanker

History With a total of 562 500 units produced, the GMC CCKW is the WWII emblematic light truck, released in numerous variants : cargo, gasoline tanker, water tanker, workshop, artillery tractor, compressor, tipper truck, amphibious truck etc….Univem’s “gasoline” GMC is a Timken split axle model. At the time it was built, a net purchase price of…

International M2-4 (1 ton Cargo Truck)

History The International Harvester Company, IHC, often simply referred to as “International”, originates from the merger in 1902 of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and Deering Harvester Company with 3 other small companies specializing in agricultural mechanical equipment.  During World War II, IHC has attained the rank of 33rd supplier for the US military. Some…

GMC CCKW 353 H1 (dump truck)

History With a total of 562 500 units produced, the GMC CCKW is the WWII emblematic light truck, released in numerous variants : cargo, gasoline tanker, water tanker, workshop, artillery tractor, compressor, tipper truck, amphibious truck etc…. Our tippertruck is the result of 3 years of restoration, starting from a wreck. 48,356 units of this version…