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CUCV II- One of 800 made for the USAF

For Sale: 1999 CUCV II (Chevy Tahoe) and M101 trailer

CUCV II- One of 800 made for the USAF

CUCV II- One of 800 made for the USAF. V-8, ps, pb, a/c, etc. 3/4 ton rear end, 24V converter, blackout lights, and military trailer hook up/harness. 99K miles, good tires.

M101 trailer: Matching wheels with the CUCV, top bows and vinyl cover included. Very good to excellent condition.

Contact me for further details and pictures. fishmeok@gmail.com or 612 250 4012 The CUCV is located at Wayne's shop in South St Paul and the trailer is in my storage garage in Minneapolis. From the estate of Lynn McCaul.

CUCV $4500 obo M101 $1500 OB
Tanks!


 
We can place your MV here, send in your photo, Name and a Bio
send them to: info@redbullhmva.com
 


We need Parts

December 1941 Diamond- T M3
Done except for the wiper arms & blades
Do you knows a source for them?

Now we see what you been upto so far this winter, working on your collections


Scobie T,

Photos for bio just updated, show me yours!

- added 1942 G506 and 1944 M10 ammo trailer

 

 

 

Looking good Tim.

  '41 M3 Diamond-T Halftrack
  '42 GPW
  '42 G7107, Chevrolet
  '44 M10 Ammo Trailer
  '45 WC-51 WC
  '49 Staff Car, Packard
  '63 M-332 Trailer

Send us your photos to share, attached them in .jpeg format
and a little bio to share.

send them to: info@redbullhmva.com


 

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Thompson E

Just finished restoration of my 1954 M 37

                                                                                                      
Make: 1999 Chevrolet CUCV II
Model: type A ¾ ton (Tahoe 2 door)
Manufacture: Chevrolet Factory  - Silao, Mexico (Sept 1999)
Military Outfit: Monroe Truck Equipment – Detroit, Michigan (Oct 1999)

Military Service - TACOM - Detroit, Michigan (Dec 1999)
Finial Duty Station – 104th Fighter Wing (Security) – Barnes Air National Guard Base (Dec  2012)
1st Civilian Owner – Burlington, Vermont (Dec 2012 – Feb 2015)
 
Current Owner – Lynn McCall – Minneapolis, Minnesota (Feb 2015 to present)
 
Other Facts (Military Today CUCV ii)
The CUCV II light utility vehicle was developed by General Motors. It is a revised and updated successor to the original CUCV. It followed the same general lines. This military vehicle was introduced in 1987. Around 800 CUCV II vehicles were obtained by the US military, over 3 000 vehicles were sold to Saudi Arabia. Other operators are Ecuador, Sweden, United Kingdom , Venezuela and some other countries.
                                           
The CUCV II is a relatively low-cost militarized commercial type. It was intended to be used where expensive tactical-type vehicles were not necessary. The CUCV II range is based on the Chevrolet K-series pick-up truck. Only minor adjustments were made to the vehicle to make it suitable for military use. All CUCV II vehicles use the same components such as basic chassis, engine, transmission, axles and electrical system, but are fitted with different body.

   The CUCV II range consists of six models:
                                           
   Type A is a two-door utility vehicle. It accommodates for driver and four passengers. Alternatively it can carry light cargo;
   Type B cargo truck. It has an opened cargo area and can carry about 1.7 t. Seats could be fitted for troop transportation;
   Type C ambulance. It accommodates 4 stretchers or 8 seated casualties;
                                                

The CUCV II range consists of six models:
 
   Type E shelter carrier;
   Type F communications shelter carrier;
   Type S four-door command car. It is also used as a troop carrier.

This vehicle accommodates driver and five passengers
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We can place your MV here, send in your photo, Name and a Bio
send them to: info@redbullhmva.com
 

                               

Fennern S

3 -  m274 mules

1 -  A2 100% restored

1 -  A5 100% restored

1 -  A5 Tow package
      100% restored

Also have another A5 on the bench 95% restored and 1 A2 1% restored, parts cleaned painted but totally disassembled.

                                 

Marucha J

 My pictures of Traveler:

Traveler is a February 1, 1944
Ford GPW or otherwise 1/4 ton truck or Jeep,
Peep, you get the picture.

Anyway Click on the photos for a larger view.
I hope the pictures upload.

 

Now show off yours.

Members, send us your photos to share, send them in .jpeg format and a little bio, we will do the rest.

Send to:  info@redbullhmva.com
sbj:  Member Photo

 

That's all,  Carry On!

 

 

Lifespan

1950-1952

Overall length

133 in.

Overall width

62 in.

Wheelbase

80 in.

Engine

Modified version of the "Go-Devil" L-Head 4-cylinder in-line watercooled side-valve (L-head) gasoline engine, developing 60 bhp (54net) at 4000 rpm and a max. torque of 105 lb-ft (95 net) at 2000rpm Cubic capacity 134.2 in. (2199 cc).

Transmission

Borg-Warner T-90

Transfer case

Dana 18/Spicer 18

Willie Class Winner M38A1
1955 

465pix

300 x 225

400 x 300

Jeep M38 /
Willys M38

Techni
cal details

Lifespan

1950-1952

Overall length

133 in.

Overall width

62 in.

Wheelbase

80 in.

Engine

Modified version of the "Go-Devil" L-Head 4-cylinder in-line watercooled side-valve (L-head) ga

 

Transmission

Borg-Warner T-90

Transfer case

Dana 18/Spicer 18


 

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Something in the garage to sell?
Start here:   send in your photo, Name and a short Bio about your MV
                                                          
Willie Class Winner M38A1 1955

Body off restoration in 1985. Always garaged and maintained. 95% Ford marked parts. Excellent tires and 5 combat rims. All accessories: Hand crank, fire ext., tire pump, rifle rack, 1st aid kit, oil can, radio suppression, grease gun. Original data plate and matching frame #. Summer top, excellent Beachwood canvas. Located in Utica, NY. $26,000.00 or best reasonable offer.

Jeep M38 / Willys M38 information

The first M-series (military) Jeep was the Willys-Overland M-38 (Model MC).  Know it by: Bulging headlights.
The M38 entered production in September 1950 with the last unit out the door in July 1952 for a total of 62,335. Ford of Canada assembled another 2300 M38 CDN's for the Canadian Armed Forces in 1952.

1955 M38A1 Motor Pool Ready Class Winner

For Sale Shipped to the lower 48 States

Price:
$15,946.00 - FOB

I started to rebuild this 1955 M38A1 Motor Pool Ready Class back in 1993.  I removed the frame from the chasse and replaced parts that were actually used when this Willie was helping to win the French & Indian War.  I worked in the Motor Pool and found a passion for this work horse.  You can see the Military Vehicles Magazine, issue #112 December 2005 page #45 agreed.  My pride and joy showed through and this 1955 M38A1 Motor Pool Ready Class back in 2005 was awarded “Winner”.   Trailer and Gun not included, feel free to ask your question, I know you will find this a Joy to own.  Click the photo above to see it better.

PS:  I many more if you want a different type, all ready to Report for Duty!


Bloomington,
MN.

Any questions about the MV, send them to: info@redbullhmva.com  sbj:  Class Winner

 

Any questions about the MV, send them to: info@redbullhmva.com

                                                                 

 

                     
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Font color Blue link: 0000FF

Background Louie: FF9900

member 300 x 225

sale 465 x 385

 

Your MV could be next to sell.
And It all started with sending in your
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Dodge Cargo Truck M37
1965

Dreher J

Willy's 1/4 Ton MB
1944
 
Ruether J

Go Army
1955

Ruether J

M38A1
1950

Ruether J

M38A1
1952

Ruether J

1/4 Ton Trlr
1964

Ruether J

2000 841 Indian Tribute Bike
it's cool as heck and turns heads

Ruether J

M109A3 Former radio truck

19711971 M109A3 (former radio truck)

McMillan C

Ford GPW 14944
1942

Schultz D
Highway Trailer Co K-38
1943
Schultz D

Dunbar Kapple trailer
1951
Schultz D
M38
1952
Schultz D
M38A1
1952
Schultz D

M35A2C AM General 2 1/2 T
1967
Light cart with 7 kw generator 1991
Wheeler S

M35A2C AM General 2 1/2 T
1967
M35A2C AM General 2 1/2 T 1967
Wheeler S

Emerson 25k Aircraft loading
1985
Emerson 25k Aircraft loading 1985
Wheeler S

AMC JEEP CJ10A tow Bobtail
1986
AMC JEEP CJ10A tow Bobtail 1986
Wheeler S

AM General M931 5T Tractor
1985
AM General M931 5T Tractor 1985
Wheeler S



Willie Class Winner M38A1
1955

Strehlow V


1955



Willie M38A1
1955
Willie M38A1 1955
Strehlow V

Willys MB Jeep Radio
1945
1945 Willys MB Jeep/Radio
Jameson J

Willys MB 1.4 T Pinky
1941

Willys MB 1.4 T 1941 Pinky
Larson L

Ford GPW "Thelma Lou"
1943

Currie J

GPW 93732 January
1943

Currie J

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