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Sunday, June 8th 2014, 12:23pm

Trucks and cross-country light vehicles

Chevrolet GS
4x2 1-ton trucks, purchased from 1928. Some have ambulance bodies.

Chevrolet RD
4x2 1-ton trucks, purchased from 1936.

Chevrolet Pickup
4x2 light pickup trucks for anti-tank units, purchased from 1935.

Fordson Model B
4x2 1-ton trucks, built by Ford Antwerp from 1932.

FN 63C/4RM
4x4 truck, produced from 1938. Has a 65hp 6-cyl petrol engine.

FN 63C
The FN 63C chassis is also produced as a basic 4x2 truck, for civil and military use.

Miesse Trucks
Jules Miesse & Co. produce 4 x 2 trucks in Buysinghen, Brussels. Powered by license built Gardner diesel engines. Can carry up to 3 tons of cargo.

Minerva M-20
An4x4 off road vehicle, designed by Minerva in response to a request by the Netherlands Army for an off road vehicle, the design parameters demanded a strong frame and robust performance.
Weight: 3.7 tons unladen
Length: 3.1 meters
Width: 2.42 meters
Height: 1.76 meters
Engine: 75hp Minerva V-6 diesel
Max Speed: 130 km/h max, 92 km/h normal
Range: 440 km unladen
Weapons: 1x 7.65mm FN-Browning on pintle mount
Crew: 2 + 4
Cargo: 0.5tons normal, up to 1.3 tons in passenger area

The Latil 4x4 car is capable of use as a light artillery tractor as well as carrying up to eight troops. Produced since 1939.

Brossels HT
4x2 3-ton truck based on the chassis of the TAL gun tractor but with two-wheel drive. Produced since 1938.