Some of our WW2 vehicles
Our Vehicles, Our Passion:
Owner: Frank Hestehauge
Manufactured: US 1943
Model: Dodge WC 62
Unit: 1 Infantry Division (Big Red One)
116 Inf. Battalion
5th Anti Tank Vehicle
Owner: Erik Johansen
Manufactured: US, June 19th 1943
Model: Jeep Willys MB. Chassic no. 242821
Unit: US 4th Infantry Div. "IVY Division" Famous Fourth - participated on D-Day - June 6th 1944
Owner: Poul Brink-Larsen, Erik Johansen, Kim Frost Fuglsang
Manufactured: Canada 26 January 1944
Model: Chevrolet C8A HUP
Unit: Canadian Corps of Signal 40
Owner: Poul Brink-Larsen
Manufactured: US March 1946
Unit: Danish Military Police
"My Jeep was built in March 1946 and registered in November 1946.
I have rebuilt it as a Danish Military Police Jeep, as they appeared in Germany in 1948.
I have used photographic material from the publication, "Kommandokureren" and from the Senior Sergent, Erik Løvenvig, who personally drove a Jeep similar to my Jeep
in Germany. My Jeep is a reconstructed model, since the original was a total loss when a Centurion tank crashed it in 1953, during a military exercise.
I've had the pleasure to speak with Mr. Løvenvig personally where I borrowed various photos of him in the original Jeep, and photos of the totally damaged Jeep as well".
Owner: Ole Andersen, Flemming Koch
Manufactured: US December 1940
Unit: US 4 / 22F C-1
"This GMC is born in December 1940 as a CCKW 353 X. Only later the 352 was launched, which is the short version like this one.
These models (GMC CCKW 353), lasted up til serial number 21489, whereafter it became 352.
This model is a "X" model, which is a test model, which Ole and Flemming discoverd when they were renovating the break system as the main break cylinder does not fit in to the later models.
This GMC has serial number 6782B1"
Owner: Søren Dalberg-Pedersen
Manufactured: US 1943
Model: Harley Davidson WLA 45, type IV, vehicle identification number 42WLA45772
Unit markings: 3A/2^P/HQ6
I found my motorcycle in Holland where I bought it from a collector. The bike came with a Polish title - which indicates that it came from the bulk of "lend & lease"
vehicles sent to Russia during the period. One previous owner applied the unit markings which identyfies the vehicle to be part of General Pattons third army - I still
believe in the "lend & lease" theory though.
Owner: Kim Frost Fuglsang
Manufactured: US August 1944
Model: Jeep Ford GPW - Chassis no. 217099
Unit: British 6. Airborne