1967 M35 Quad .50 Gun Truck
Currently on display at the
National U.S.Armed Forces Museum
in Houston, Texas.
History Fanatics' The Widow Maker is a replica of the original truck which served in the Vietnam I Corps Area in support of US Army and US Marine Corps actions. Using original photographs provided by both the crew and by the Historian for the National Dusters, Searchlights, and Quads Association, the truck serves as a memorial to those men and their families who served in Vietnam.
1967 M151A1 Ford MUTT
Currently undergoing restoration.
Even with the current restrictions, work is proceeding, albeit, slowly. The first coat of paint is on, and baked into the metal. As soon as we can get back out, we will put the second coat on, and install the wiring harness, and all the details.
1968 Kaiser M725 Ambulance
Currently awaiting restoration.
Arrangements have been made to acquire one of the M123's we found. It will require a complete restoration.
In addition, arrangements are being made to acquire several other vehicles that were part of land clearing operations.
More information coming!
History Fanatics is hard at work trying to keep history alive. We are currently researching multiple vehicles to restore, in addition to the current restorations.
Currently, we are searching for a 1960's Caterpillar bulldozer (D6 or D7) for our Rome Plow project.
Keep checking back to see what we have accomplished or to give a few words of encouragement.
In keeping up with our 1920's/1930's living history project, we are currently looking for a 1920's pick-up truck and a 1930's 4-door sedan.