Ford GPW 9225

GPW 9225 is an early RAF lend-lease vehicle and the station runaround on a bomber base in Norfolk, England during WWII. After a spell as a farm utility vehicle where the body was wrecked, it was patched and spent the rest of its life in a military vehicle museum until a ground-up restoration started in 1996. GPW9225 has a post-war CJ block topped with a Ford cylinder head and many other F-marked parts. It is painted as Alpha 6 vehicle of the 1st Infantry. The hood number is fictitious.

Name Mark Jackson
City, State/Region, Country Cambridge, England, United Kingdom
Frame Number GPW9225
Engine Number
Body Number none
Body Type Other
Hood (Mil. Reg.) Number 2028409
Factory Mystery Code 1/4-T
Gross Weight 2265
Data Plate Origin Original
Data Plate Material Brass
Date of Delivery 1942-03-25
Date of Acquisition 2001-02-20
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Date Info Created 2002-05-06 01:55:56
Date Info Last Updated 2005-03-22 09:15:33
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Ford GPW 9225
GPW 9225 is an early RAF lend-lease vehicle and the station runaround on a bomber base in Norfolk, England during the war.
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