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Just try and imagine how jazzed we were to run across this. It’s what the manufacturer calls a Boyce Bobber, a shortened version of the U.S. military’s fabled 2-1/2-ton cargo truck, with a cut-down frame and two axles instead of the normal three.
There is very little that Boyce Equipment, of Ogden, Utah, cannot do with military trucks. It usually keeps at least 100 of them in stock, ranging from one-ton, 6.2-liter Chevrolet diesel pickups and Kaiser or Chrysler M-37s all the way up to 5-ton prime movers, plus countless new and used parts. It can do a Bobber any way you want – Reo, White or Cummins power; Spicer or Dana axles; or sell you a kit to build your own. Visit www.boyceequipment.com or call 800-748-4269.
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