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    Beautiful M37.

    I had a 1962 M37-B1 w/winch. Unfortunately it was totally destroyed in a storage building fire. I miss that truck.

    I never got it restored but was accumulating parts. All my books are packed away but as I recall the M37-B1 and the ambulance spare tire was drivers door mounted. The M37 spare tire was mounted in the right front corner of the bed. This required that the right side troop seat have a hinged, lift up section in the right front.

    I have this section of troop seat and it is for sale along with:

    --Full set of M37 racks, bows and ridge pole (bows still have leather straps).
    --NOS window frame.
    --Spare tire mount bracket for drivers door.
    --A 1962 M101 (not A1, A2 or A3) 3/4 ton trailer.

    I will soon be moving to a different state and had forgotten I had this stuff.

    Moderators: If this qualifies as an advertisement, I regret putting it in this sub forum.
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