352nd Infanterie Division 914th Grenadier Regiment

1940 Ford V-3000S

Our unit currently has a 1940 Ford 1.5 Ton truck in our inventory. During WWII, the German Military used these trucks in abundance, as they represented nearly 17% of the German trucks produced during the war, second only to the Opel Blitz in terms of numbers. The German designation was the V-3000, and our American-produced version is nearly identical to the German-made ones. Our truck is a dedicated troop transport version. Powered by a rebuilt Ford 302 engine and automatic transmission, it can easily transport between 12 and 16 soldiers.

1941 Ford V-3000

Our unit currently has a 1941 Ford 3 Ton truck in our inventory. During WWII, the German Military used these trucks in abundance, as they represented nearly 17% of the German trucks produced during the war, second only to the Opel Blitz in terms of numbers. The German designation was the V-3000, and our American-produced version is nearly identical to the German-made ones. Our truck is a dedicated troop transport version. Powered by an original Flathead V8 and 4 Spd transmission, it can easily transport between 15 and 20 fully equipt troops into battle.

1940 Communication Trailer

Our unit currently has one 1940 reproduction Field Communications Trailer. Based on a Luftwaffe design, this trailer was frequently utilized by German Army units. This particular model represents one found in the Normandy area, early June 1944. Stationed to the rear of the Omaha Beach, this trailer provided a central hub to coordinate communications between forward Observation Posts, Beach Bunkers and Division Headquarters. Variants included; Listening Posts, Interceptions, Directional Finding, Coding, Wired Communication, Goniometry and Air Field Control. The 914th's reproduction is the only example in North America. Built to exact scale in all aspects, no detail has been over looked. The exterior and interior have been copied from original drawings and photos. All the features that the real trailer had are included in this first class reproduction. This particular example was built by a Master Craftsman form the Chicago area, Dale Windhorst. The Trailer features both Wire and Radio Communication.

BMW R71 Motorcycle and Sidecar

Our unit currently has three Motorcycle and Sidecar combinations. These are Chinese Post-War Chaing Jang - CJ750 machines with some original German parts. They are copies of the German BMW R71 motorcycle. Used in variety of roles, including reconnaissance, dispatch, and escort missions, this versatile vehicle offers flexibility and security for GR914.

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