This Ford Canada CMP model is a relic of WW2 history, found and stored in Normandy since the end of WW2.
Original data plate of April 1943, this small truck remained in original condition.
This Ford Canada CMP model is a relic of WW2 history, found and stored in Normandy since the end of WW2 Normandy battle.
We can see on the body in military green colour, the “war number” in white paint on the driver door, the original tactical insignia of the H.Q 21st Army group of the British Army.
The truck number of the company is 24, the stencil paint in white on front and black on the white rear axle.
Re-using after the WW2 in the Calvados department of Normandy for the civil works, and adapting with a GMC 352 rear short body in wood, it was stopped for a broken engine and storage in good condition in farm.
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