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Military Vehicle Magazine Reader Rides

Military Vehicles Magazine celebrates our reader's HMV rides.

We love to see those olive drab vehicles. Here are a few of your gems...

1967 Kaiser-Jeep weapons carrier/cargo truck. Owner: Rich Olson. Stamford, CT. -Restored by: Fred Carey. Used at veterans memorials, Legion flag services,  parades & re-enactments. Has optional water fording kit. (Vertical exhaust pipe removed.) Fun to drive! “I love this truck and so do others that see it.” Thanks.

1967 Kaiser-Jeep weapons carrier/cargo truck. Owner: Rich Olson. Stamford, CT. -Restored by: Fred Carey. Used at veterans memorials, Legion flag services,  parades & re-enactments. Has optional water fording kit. (Vertical exhaust pipe removed.) Fun to drive! “I love this truck and so do others that see it.” Thanks.

1986 GMC CUCV truck. Owner: James Millinghouse III. He stated, Still working on it, but they’re very popular on the highways and byways!”

1986 GMC CUCV truck. Owner: James Millinghouse III. He stated, Still working on it, but they’re very popular on the highways and byways!”

The hauling end

The hauling end

Bringing home the trophies

Bringing home the trophies

1941 Jeep Slat #104844 & 1942 Bantam. Owner: Arnold Popp

1941 Jeep Slat #104844 & 1942 Bantam. Owner: Arnold Popp

Recreation of 14th Combat Engineer Battalion Courier Truck. Owner: Tommy Cockrell. He added, “Attached are a couple pictures of my 2nd re-creation of the courier truck I drove for the 14th Combat Engineer Battalion in Vietnam (1969).  The first was featured in your magazine several years ago.  Unfortunately, I sold that vehicle to another veteran in Michigan last year.”

Recreation of 14th Combat Engineer Battalion Courier Truck. Owner: Tommy Cockrell. He added, “Attached are a couple pictures of my 2nd re-creation of the courier truck I drove for the 14th Combat Engineer Battalion in Vietnam (1969).  The first was featured in your magazine several years ago.  Unfortunately, I sold that vehicle to another veteran in Michigan last year.”

“Several months ago, I decided to replace it. Unlike the first M37, the 2nd one had already been restored. In this case, I only had to re-mark the truck with the correct identification markings. Hopefully, I will get quite a few opportunities to show the truck and use in parades, Veterans Day programs, etc.”

“Several months ago, I decided to replace it. Unlike the first M37, the 2nd one had already been restored. In this case, I only had to re-mark the truck with the correct identification markings. Hopefully, I will get quite a few opportunities to show the truck and use in parades, Veterans Day programs, etc.”

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Show us your rides! We'd love to see 'em. Email pics to military@aimmedia.com

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