1941 GMC CCKW 352 with winch. Early one with civvy dash. Fitted gun mount, skate and cradle with all metal 50cal film prop ,from "Saving Private Ryan", recently cast in the new "Dad's Army" filmed in Bridlington,coming out 2016.
Fitted wooden steering wheel but original supplied,on the button, runs well drives great, just done 250 miles from Yorkshire now in Essex. All new brakes and comes with matching Ben Hur trailer,in nice condition.
For just: £12,000 - More information at: www.milweb.net
Thе GMC CCKW was a 2½ ton 6×6 U.S. Army cargo truck that saw heavy service in both World War II and the Korean War. The original "Deuce and a Half", it formed the backbone of the famed Red Ball Express that kept Allied armies supplied as they pushed eastward after the Normandy invasion.
The CCKW came in many variants, including open or closed cab, long wheel base (LWB 353) and short (SWB 352), and over a score of specialized models. It began to be phased out with the deployment of the 6×6 M35 in 1950, but remained in active U.S. service until the mid-1960s.
The name CCKW comes from GMC model nomenclature:
- "C", designed in 1941
- "C", conventional cab
- "K", all-wheel drive
- "W", dual rear axles
By the end of production in 1945, 562,750 CCKWs in all variants had been built, a total second only to the “Jeep”.