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1942 WC52 3/4 ton
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These first photos were taken when I went to look at the truck in Richmond, Indiana. It had obviously been sitting for quite a while.

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It was used as a logging truck to drag logs in the woods according to the owner. He saw it sitting in the woods and asked if they wanted to sell and they agreed on a price.

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Had a LOT of mods done to it and very rough. I was looking for combat rims and took a chance that a few may be okay. It has the main body of the MU2 winch as well.

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Motor was siezed and not original to the truck

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Had a toolbox bolted in on the passenger side and drivers seat was just a plastic school chair.

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Owner said it did run when he got it but had since got stuck. At least it looked like the hood was shut.

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This rim should be okay.

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You can see the comfortable seat there in the bed. No "Rich Corithian Leather"! LOL Does have a spare.

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Lift boom was all welded in.

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Hopefully another good rim.

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Always interesting to see what people add to these trucks.

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Guessing this one is junk.

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Maybe good?

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Tag is still there.

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This tire looks to have been replaced right before they stopped using it.

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Lots of welding to the frame and it has a lot of rust.

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Got it home as I took a couple of my spares and changed them before loading. Glad I have a winch on the trailer as it made it easy to drag it on. Truck was stuck in gear but owner got it out just before we got there.

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I did have it chained down pretty good. Dad went along with me and it took about 3 hrs of total time. I had a 3/4" 4 ft breaker bare and 1/2" cordless impact along with other tools. When we had it loaded the owner looked at me and said," I can tell this isn't your first rodeo". LOL It did go extremely well and quick.

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Plan is to roll it off the trailer and push it in the shop to work on it. That and to see what is really there.

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Highly optioned truck as it has the overhead fuel tank along with the deluxe barn roof with OROPS

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