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  • Freightliner Business Class M2

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    The Freightliner Business Class M2 is a model range of medium-duty trucks produced by Freightliner. In production since June 2002, the M2 was the successor to the FL-Series introduced in the 1990s. In terms of size, the M2 is produced in Class 5 through Class 8 GVWR ratings, competing primarily against the International Durastar and the Ford F-650/F-750 Super Duty. Freightliner produces the Business Class M2 model range in Mount Holly, North Carolina and Santiago Tianguistenco, Mexico.

  • List of U.S. military vehicles by model number

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    The following is a (partial) listing of vehicle model numbers or M-numbers assigned by the U.S. Army. Some of these designations are also used by other agencies, services, and nationalities, although these various end users usually assign their own nomenclature.

  • Dodge T-, V-, W-Series

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    In 1939 Dodge presented a completely new designed line of pickups and trucks, with streamlined, art-deco styling front sheetmetal. Introducing the concept of "Job- Rated", Dodge tried to offer customers the truck that fit the job they were buying it for. As a result, the Dodge pickup / truck range from 1939 onwards offered an exceptionally large number of available variants — six different payload ratings, a wide range of bodies, more than twenty different wheelbase-lengths were manufactured, and fitted with different sized versions of the Chrysler-sourced inline six-cylinder side-valve engines — from the half-ton TC pickup on a 116-inch wheelbase to three-ton tractor cabs. Nevertheless, mechanically, the trucks were all very similar, with solid axles front and rear and leaf springs at all four corners. With World War II taking up most of production capacity from 1942 to 1945, the 1939 styling continued largely unchanged through 1947, as engineering and production became the main focus. The Dodge trucks enjoyed some popularity before the war, and the last of them built in 1942, before Dodge turned to mostly military production, had progressed to the W-series model name.

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