WWII Chevrolet 4x4 in U.S. Service
This book will be released in mid-December. Pre-order now and save!
The 1 1/2-ton Chevrolet 4x4 is one of the overlooked, yet important trucks of WWII. Many of these trucks in cargo and dump variants were supplied to our Allies during WWII, including notably the Russians, but thousands more remained in US service. In addition to general transport, these trucks formed the basis for bomb service trucks, aerial gun training, fire trucks and airfield lighting.
All of these uses are explored in depth, from the factory all the way to the field, through hundreds of photographs, the bulk of which have never been seen outside of the factory.
Over 600 such photos fill the 300+ pages of this English-language book, providing a coverage comparable that offered by my DUKW, CCKW, half-track and Dodge books. The book has been completed, and is in the hands of the publisher now. The design work, as well as final title selection, will be completed in the next few weeks, and the publisher assures me that the book will be shipping in mid-December. List price will be $89, but we are offering the book at $79 for those who reserve now. Pay nothing now – once I receive the book from the publisher, your credit card will be charged.
By David Doyle
List price $89.00