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Re: M1035 Restoration Completed

Posted: Sat Jun 22, 2013 6:47 pm
by Retired War Horses
Thanks guys....it was hard work, but she drives fantastic...like a new truck.
I'm afraid to touch it.....

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed

Posted: Thu Jun 27, 2013 5:58 am
by JFS
Beautiful job.

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed

Posted: Sun Jul 14, 2013 9:58 pm
by Pablo66
Beautiful!

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed-And now For Sale!

Posted: Tue Nov 11, 2014 10:09 am
by Retired War Horses
Well...planned on keeping this truck, but looking to move it and build another...this truc is gonna cost some serious scratch.
But being it's basically a factory fresh truck...I'm figuring 47000.00

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed-And now For Sale!

Posted: Tue Nov 11, 2014 1:00 pm
by lt.luke
It's beautiful!

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed-And now For Sale!

Posted: Wed Dec 24, 2014 6:00 pm
by gem1410
Lots of effort--excellent work--what paint and primer did you use--bet u did not get any parts from Dave--Thanks George

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed-And now For Sale!

Posted: Fri Dec 26, 2014 10:01 am
by Retired War Horses
gem1410 wrote:Lots of effort--excellent work--what paint and primer did you use--bet u did not get any parts from Dave--Thanks George
Thank you, not sure what you mean about parts from Dave....

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed-And now For Sale!

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2015 4:49 am
by Mrme4u
Very nice job

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Re: M1035 Restoration Completed-And now For Sale!

Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 10:03 pm
by kubotaman
Beautiful truck, but maybe you can answer some questions for me.

Isn't there suppose to be Red Crosses on the rear vinyl cover?

I have only seen 1 other truck with the dataplate on the rear left fender, everywhere else I see it is on the door frame. Are they suppose to be there? Are they only suppose to be there on specific models?

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed-And now For Sale!

Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 8:03 am
by lt.luke
kubotaman wrote:Beautiful truck, but maybe you can answer some questions for me.

Isn't there suppose to be Red Crosses on the rear vinyl cover?

I have only seen 1 other truck with the dataplate on the rear left fender, everywhere else I see it is on the door frame. Are they suppose to be there? Are they only suppose to be there on specific models?
red crosses only if it's a dedicated FLA (front line ambulance), most of those have a shelter in the back of a 2-seater set up. This one is set up as a "command truck." with 4 doors and the stowage cover in the back.

That's the thing with Humvees. The basic truck is the same and can be converted to any "model" with little effort and only a few parts. They are designated a specific model by data tag, but you aren't "modifying it" if you put the back seat frames down to maximize more space...

Re: M1035 Restoration Completed-And now For Sale!

Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 8:37 am
by Retired War Horses
The truck is a "true" M1035....the data plate on the left rear fender was/is correct for that 85 year of mfg.
It was only on early trucks before it was moved to the inside of the truck. This M1035 was reset at MCLB Barstow as it has all the tags showing it...not MWO tags, but MCLB Barstow overhaul tags.
It's set up as a standrd M998, but that does not change the fact it's an actual M1035.
The M1035 is a soft top ambulance, the Body harness has provisions for backup lamps, which this truck has and as it came from the Military. It's actually quite rare to find a "true" M1035.....this truck has been sold now for several months.
It went for quite a handsome amount....