Latest Issue: May 2015 - No.168
Starting with the ever popular WW2 Dodge G502 ¾-ton weapons carrier.
A round-up of current military-vehicle news, views and correspondence.
Assembled from a pile of bits this Indian 741B is testament to the determination of its owner. But, as John Blackman explains, the manufacturer itself didn’t enjoy such a successful outcome.
BUILT FOR THE BUSH
David Fletcher looks at the somewhat bizarre LVT-3 Bushmaster.
PLAYING THE WAITING GAME
Scott Smith meets the owner who took a painstaking 18 years to restore this glorious Humber 1-ton GS truck.
GUNNING FOR IT!
John G Teasdale explains the importance of the Panzerkampfwagen I Ausführung A and B gun tanks.
BELGIUM’S LAND ROVER
Alain Henry de Frahan looks at the ‘Belgian made’ Minerva.
Tim Gosling looks at the specialist vehicles used by the US Army Mobile Ordnance Repair Shops during WW1.
SWEET AS A NUT
John Norris cracks open the history of the Alvis Acorn fast scout vehicle. Reader Peter Leslie tells us about the restoration of a twenties Lancia armoured personnel carrier.
OUT & ABOUT WITH CMV
Dave Hardway reports for CMV on New Zealand’s Wings Over Wairarapa show.
The 2015 military vehicle event calandar.
THE MILITARY VEHICLE MARKET
Latest insider news from the MV marketplace.
Our very own military vehicle price guide.
ECHOES OF WAR
Swampy – the longest serving Scammel Pioneer in military vehicle history.