I have read some of your posts and I thought I would like to add my input. I have collected militaria for 45 years. I own a WC-56 a 1916 Dodge staff car and a 1918 Dodge Light Repair Truck. So I am kind of partial to DBs. My father was a navigator in the 487th BG (H) in Lavenham. He flew 28 missions and survived!! That is why I am here! I have been an avid Army Air Corps collector/historian and the WC-56 is dedicated to the 487th BG I was the historian for the Bomb group for a time and I have visited USAAF Station 137 several times. I am active with living history group in my area and have been invited to display at The US Military Academy at West Point and at the Hyde Park New York State home of FDR . I have more recently moved into the ww 1 vehicle arena as these are far more unusual. I especially like the thread re the Dennis truck restoration. My Light Repair truck is to my knowledge one of only 3 remaining of the 1012 built. The other 2 being in US museums. So that's it for a quick Intro.