Alan Wing's fascination with WWII vehicles led him to do a frame-up restoration of this 1942 Army half-track, built with pieces from three different vehicles. The project took him nearly six years to complete, but produced a near-perfect example of the tracked fighting machine.
Alan Wing's fascination with WWII vehicles led him to do a frame-up restoration of this 1942 Army half-track, built with pieces from three different vehicles. The project took him nearly six years to complete, but produced a near-perfect example of the tracked fighting machine. The Wichita Eagle
Alan Wing's fascination with WWII vehicles led him to do a frame-up restoration of this 1942 Army half-track, built with pieces from three different vehicles. The project took him nearly six years to complete, but produced a near-perfect example of the tracked fighting machine. The Wichita Eagle

Historic half-track, recreated

May 26, 2012 5:00 AM

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