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Richard Payne's 1942 Ford GPW arrives from Wisconsin. A very original and complete example with Naval history, restoration is expected to take approx 5 years.

Graham and jeep

Richard Paynes 1944 Bedford MWD. An RAF vehicle during its service life, the M41 (41 Maintenence Command) livery being found under the paintwork during restoration. It even carries the RAF Stores Reference number for a Beford 15cwt truck stenciled on the bulkhead in the engine bay.


1944 Ford GPW owned by Richard Payne since 1988. Found being used as a farm vehicle in the 1970's, it was restored to its current condition by two brothers from Barnsley. Used by the British Army during and post WW2.

Glens jeep

Glen Newmans "Matching Numbers" 1942 Ford GPW. Ex British Army and extremely rare to find a matching numbers Jeep that served in the UK because most went through complete rebuilds at some point before being sold as surplus, resulting in a mix of parts from different Jeeps, including body an chassis. Retains lots of classic British features.


John Thrussells 1945 Kubelwagen. In storage since the 1960s and with a facinating history. Used by the German Red Cross Mountain Rescue in Pfullingen Germany after being captured by the Americans as retreating Germans surrended. Currently under restoration, its espected to be on the show circuit this year!


1943 Bedford QLD ex-Danish reserve stock owned by brothers Mick and Pete Dent which they acquired in 1992. It had sat for ten years prior to that under a laurel hedge. Fortunately it had not suffered too badly and responded well to just a makeover rather than a full restoration.

bobs jeep

1942 Ford GPW owned by Bob Gourami. This Jeep was rebuilt for the US Government in March 1945 by Moore Equipment of California, using an early Willys script body, wings and grill. The Jeep is largely original and painted to represent a vehicle of the 387th Bomb Group, based at Ongar, Essex during 1943..... The only Ford "Slat Grill" on the circuit.


1943 Dodge WC51 Weapons Carrier owned Mick & Pete with Pete's 1945 Ford GPW

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