Built for the U.S. military, the Dodge WC series of transports were ubiquitous on the battlefields of WWII. This 1945 Dodge WC-58 Radio Car is a great example. Still wearing its military livery with a tan fabric top, it has several details that set it apart. A winch sets atop the massive front bumper, a matching jerry can is mounted on the side, a shovel and ax sit in an open box on the rear, and chunky tires are mounted on matching green wheels. Finished with brown leather seats, metal info placards, and its signature Signal Corps Radio behind the front seat.
Photos: Darin Schnabel / RM Sotheby's