This truck has been sitting for years, covered up in a barn and we got it running. The carburetor on it was a Stromberg M2 and had some missing pieces, other pieces had been machine to replace them but were imperfect and the engine wouldn't run. I found another complete carb last winter and between the two carbs we made 1 good one. I got the engine running a couple weeks ago and last weekend I drove it for the first time. It was incredible, it is 4 wheel drive and 4 wheel steering, when I drove it it was on concrete and I about had a heart attack doing a 3point turn. The video (oh please let the link work) starts as the owner is driving it past the front of his house, the huge oilcloud is from fozen rings that free up. Near the end of the video he does a hard left turn going to the barn, watch how the rear tires steer. https://s.amsu.ng/gLjGfUZlY30N A little history of these trucks, they were 2 ton trucks developed for use in WWI, at the end of the war they were given to municipalities to plow roads, airports etc. This one has a hydraulic dump bed, there is a piston inside the tower behind the seat that raises those cables on the pulleys, it is on my list to get it operating. I tried to engage the pump once but didn't want to force it, I thought the idle rpm too high and I've since lowered it. 4 Speeds forward, we even got it into 2nd gear at one point. I loved the line in the Operators' Manual 'For the first few hundred feet of operation the Operator will have senses on high alert'.