CCKW

A Flashback Friday Edition:

GMC CCKW
The GMC ‘Deuce and a Half’ driver’s training during WWII

There were 562,750 CCKW’s produced by GMC between 1941 and 1945, only the “Jeep” saw higher war production numbers. Officially they remained in service with the U.S. Army until 1956, but unofficially the CCKW saw service for a decade after that.

“C”, designed in 1941
“C”, conventional cab
“K”, all-wheel drive
“W”, dual rear axles

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