Studebaker US6 WWII Army Truck
As the US began to ramp up for WWII, the major automotive manufactures in the US ceased production of passenger cars early in 1942 and turned their efforts into producing military vehicles. These included GMC, Ford, Dodge/Fargo, White, Diamond T, Mack, International Harvester (IHC), and Studebaker. Of these companies, GMC, IHC and Studebaker concentrated their efforts on all wheel drive (6 x 6) trucks in the 2 ½ ton capacity range. (Note that the rating is based on off-road, not highway, cargo capability.) The most famous of these, the GMC CCKW design and its related vehicles, was the most widely produced and best known.

RENE'  HARGER
309 E. ANDERSON AVE.
KNOXVILLE, TN 37917
865.525.6151