Mission Statement

Established in 2009, the East Texas Piney Woods Motor Pool is an organization of military  vehicle enthusiasts, historians, preservationists, and collectors interested in the acquisition,  restoration, preservation, safe operation, public education and display of historic military  transportation.  The ETPWMP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit chapter of the Military Vehicle  Preservation Association and our efforts in raising money support our Veterans in the  Tyler/East Texas area

Vehicle/Project of the Month

VEHICLE / PROJECT OF THE MONTH - (Mike Gamble’s Dodge WC-62) This Dodge WC-62 was built in 1943 and sent to Europe probably that same year.  After the  war, it found its way to Norway where it stayed in service until the late 1980's.  It was then  brought back to the US by a collector and sold several times where it ended up in  Commerce, Texas.  Mike Gamble bought the Dodge in 2010.  After working on several other  vehicles, he started a motor pool restoration on the Weapons Carrier in 2011.  As it stands  now, the front end is off and the engine compartment and front end are being refurbished and realigned as  the vehicle had been in a front end crash at some point.  Once the front if the vehicle is complete, the wiring  and storage boxes will be cleaned up
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Mission Statement

Established in 2009, the East Texas Piney Woods Motor Pool is an organization of military  vehicle enthusiasts, historians, preservationists, and collectors interested in the acquisition,  restoration, preservation, safe operation, public education and display of historic military  transportation.  The ETPWMP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit chapter of the Military Vehicle  Preservation Association and our efforts in raising money support our Veterans in the  Tyler/East Texas area

Vehicle/Project of the Month

VEHICLE / PROJECT OF THE MONTH - (Mike Gamble’s Dodge WC-62) This Dodge WC-62 was built in 1943 and sent to Europe probably that same year.  After the  war, it found its way to Norway where it stayed in service until the late 1980's.  It was then  brought back to the US by a collector and sold several times where it ended up in  Commerce, Texas.  Mike Gamble bought the Dodge in 2010.  After working on several other  vehicles, he started a motor pool restoration on the Weapons Carrier in 2011.  As it stands  now, the front end is off and the engine compartment and front end are being refurbished and realigned as  the vehicle had been in a front end crash at some point.  Once the front if the vehicle is complete, the wiring  and storage boxes will be cleaned up
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