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Mark & Michelle Copeland at their wedding reception in front of the 4th Fighter Group Restaurant, adjacent to the Orlando Executive Airport.  They are standing next to a Dodge WC54 Ambulance. Photo taken on 16 January 1999 (2.5 years before the couple came down with an incurable case of OD Fever).  Little did they know on their wedding day that the Fever would soon strike them!  

 

Charlie Hildebrant's WC62
    

 

Alton Holloway's WC52
    
 
David Johnson's 1944 International M-3-4 1 1/2 ton 
Naval Crash Truck

 

 

Bruce Lamberto's 1942 1942 White M3A1 Scout Car

 

Curt Leonard's Dodge WC1 Pick Up
  
John Bolender's 1954 Dodge M37
 

Jason Booth's 1985 M1009 CUCV

 

Mark and Michelle Copeland's 1983 M1009 Under Construction and after completion.

 
Mike Donovan's M274 Mule
  

 

Skip Fowler's 1967 M725

 

Roger Francis' 1956 Chevrolet Suburban Carryall Signal Corps Vehicle.  It was in active duty at Fort Riley Kansas from October 1956 until it was sold as surplus in December 1971.  Click HERE for more info.
    
 
 
Jim Gill's M274 Mule
 
Ken Koch's HMMWV
 
Bill & Rita Lammers own two M37's:  a 1954 Marine Corps M37 and M101 Trailer (left) and a 1962 M37 and their mascot Sgt. Ted E. Bear
    

Lamar & Jewel Rowland's M274 Mule
 
Joe & Carol Scoglio's M37.  On the way to the Citrus Tower in Clermont, the crankshaft BROKE IN HALF.  What started out as a great day ended up as a nightmare.  On 11/5/2005 (one year less a day since the engine blew up), Joe completed the engine rebuild and drove the truck around his neighborhood.  The third  picture from the right is the completed engine.
            
 
 
Emmett Thompson's 1970 M561 Gamma Goat made by Consolidated Diesel Electric Company
 
 

Emmett Thompson's M1010 CUCV Ambulance

         

 
Ed Tucker's M715 & M274