May have hauled bombs in WWII, the block was cast in '44. Aircraft tug bought at auction by my grandfather around 1970ish.
It has pulled stumps, trailers, snowboards, plows, manure spreaders, firewood, logs, boats, helpless cars, sleds, and hayrides.
Flathead I-6, single barrel fuel spitter.
Gear reduction-input 5-ton rear-end.
Suspension: Almost none.
Brakes: same. Mechanical driveline hand brake.
15x5 front radials
rear: 20x6 NDT mil-spec bias-ply nuke proof chain-shod meat-eaters.
Body: none. well, it does have two cast iron 1" thick rear fenders.
The exterior has a bench seat.
Well, lets wait until we get it on the autocross before we spill the beans.