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This page added 2-12-2015.
Below are photos of the
Studebaker US6 2-1/2 ton 6x6 truck and the M29 Weasel as photographed by
The US6 2-1/2 ton 6x6 truck: I
have been told there are only about 35 of these left, as most of the
production went to the Soviet Union and never came back.
This one is owned by the Studebaker National
Museum and is on loan to the National Military History Center in Auburn,
IN. This was never run and is just as it came off the assembly
line in South Bend in WWII.
This one is privately owned by an individual
in Ohio and was photographed at the National MVPA Convention in
Louisville, KY in June of 2014. The bed is not the correct one for
the truck, as it is off a Diamond T truck, and is wider than the
original. The serial number is 21645.
This M29C was photographed at the National
MVPA Convention in Louisville, KY in June of 2014. It is in the
markings of the USMC at the Iwo Jima landings.
This was another M29C photographed at the
National MVPA Convention in Louisville, KY in June of 2014 and is in
European winter camouflage with a sled.
This 1944 M29C was photographed at the
Marion Fly-in/Cruise-in at the Marion Airport, IN in 2013. It is
sort of different with an jet aircraft external fuel tank mounted on the
Weasel to make it look like a rocket launcher. Serial number 13791.