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Here's a link to a discussion about this book (started by the author) on another forum: http://g503.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=254490

I have Doyle's book on the WWII CCKW 6X6 and it is the most comprehensive book on CCKWs that I've seen. I have not seen the H.T. book but if his other books are an indication, the H.T. book should be good. (He's also got one on DUKWs.)

And no, I'm not affiliated with Doyle but I have been a member of the MVPA for 25+ years and I do have a H.T.
 

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How does it compare to Hunnicutt's book? I had a nice one that I had restored. It now sits on exhibit at the D-Day Museum in New Orleans.
 

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I would like to see how many pictures are new, I get tired of seeing the same pictures over and over,I have Hunnicuts book and all the smaller ones, like my half-track display I prefer to see them in their natural habitat, battle!
 
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