Here we have a beautiful piece of history. 1954 Dodge M-37 B1 3/4
ton truck also called a "Weapons Carrier". 80% Restored and have
85-90% of the parts needed to finish. This large and in charge 4
wheel pickup truck with a front winch weighs in at nearly 6000lbs,
(Braden LU-420 PTO operated 7500lb cap). This resides right in
front of the truck, which has a big steel grille, squared off
design with wide hood and large fenders with exterior mounted
headlights and small running boards under both doors for easy
access. A deep pickup styled bed in full metal. Some stake sides
create a higher boarder and allow for more cargo. Two small doors
each side close to cab to store more ammo. The spare tire is
mounted in bed, but originally mounted on door making it a "B1".
16" steel wheels wrapped in standard military issued
non-directional Mud-Snow tires. The B1 has a tough all metal
interior with Diamond plate floor, 60/40 bench seat with storage
underside. Windows roll down, windshields tilts out as well as
folds down. Drivetrain under hood is a 230 cid L head Flat 6
cylinder power plant. Np-420 4 speed manual transmission. Np-200
transfer case with high and low level gear ratio. The rear axle is
a full floating 5.83:1 with front universal drive. The Military
Jeep in the pictures are an example of the his first restoration
and after he finished he wanted to build another. He is a Military
man, very knowledgeable and a restorer of many machines. With that
said everything done is done right and to the book. All the boxes
of parts extra original parts, new parts, white oak wood for side
slats, books, manuals and restoration pictures go with the M-37 B1.
1954 Dodge M-37
Exterior Color:AJP WWII Green
Interior Color:Military green
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