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Purchased in Oct 2013 this is my Militant recovery for sale, please see my restoration blog under ‘87 ET 77’ in the restorations section of this website. i have three spare part worn Michelin tyres on a single pallet and a 95% complete spare gearbox split over three pallets. Near bare metal respray with red oxide & then 2-pack NATO paint by local commercial spray shop. crane works as it should, not had cause to use the winch. Located in Derbyshire DE6 I can help with arranging transport. regards nick
I was wondering if there are any visible differences between an M1A1 Wrecker made by Ward LaFrance and Kenworth. How can you disdinguish them? So far I found only the differences between the older M1 Wreckers. Any help is appreciated. Thank you Chris
After the war the Swiss Army acquired quite a bunch of Ward La-France and Diamond T Wreckers. These were used for tank recovery and on airfields. Unfortunately, all these wreckers had the same manufacturing year stated on their "Swiss" building plate. Here are some wreckers I know of: Ward LaFrance (2nd number is the chassis number) 1943, 535364, M1A1 Model 1000 Series 5 1943, 422090, M1 Model 1000 Series 2 1943, 545315, M1A1 Model 1000 Series 5 1943, 434370, M1 Model 1000 Series 4 Kenworth 1943, 52287, Model 570 (1941) Diamond T969 1943, 969B0005 1943, 969A098
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