GMC 2 1/2 ton 6×6 Cargo Truck.
This Image taken in June 1974, on the 30th anniversary
of D-Day run to the Normandy beaches. There were over
200 vehicles on this trip and almost all of them are in this

Camera: Russian Zenit SLR. 50mm. lens.
Digital remastered Slide.
Kodak 100 asa film.


  • Brian Dodd
    Brian Doddover 5 years ago

    Great piece of history, good job!

  • Thanks Brian for the comment. There is another trip this June (65th. anniversary) I am not going this time. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • Tony Dewey
    Tony Deweyover 5 years ago

    A bit of a rare Ted. I wonder if it’s still running, don’t see many 6×6 configurations now days.

  • Thanks for the comment Tony. I expect it is, these boys look after this sort of kit once it has been restored. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • Woodie
    Woodieover 5 years ago

    Nice shot Ted,
    Do you miss these trips?
    Cheers Neil

  • Thanks for the comment Neil. I guess I do, I am an adventurous sort of person. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • Dave Law
    Dave Lawover 5 years ago

    Great capture Ted well done.

  • Thank you Dave.

    – Edward Denyer

  • robmac
    robmacover 5 years ago

    That would have been a amazing sight Ted thanks for sharing a piece of history with us

  • Thanks for the comment Rob. It was amazing, and is every time they go back. I expect this year will be no different. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • Richard Hamilton-Veal
    Richard Hamilt...over 5 years ago

    Nice capture Ted.

  • Thanks Richard. I think the greenish tint is due to age and the film type used. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • Shaun Whiteman
    Shaun Whitemanover 5 years ago

    Great shot Ted, I love the old feel to this shot!!

  • Thanks for the comment Shaun. Old films always seemed to have either a green or red cast according to the film used. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • waayfast
    waayfastalmost 5 years ago

    Very nice—however—this truck is a GMC CCKW (early model-has "GMC"name plate top center of grill).Plus GM didn’t allow other companies to “license build” their trucks—she’s a"Jimmy" for sure— and again VERY nice work,thank you!

  • Well waayfast, I bow to your superior knowledge and thanks for the information and comment. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

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