building of our 1956 Chevrolet Carryall COMMO Vehicle
is after I reuphostered the 56 Chevy Truck seat
interior view after I finished the front seat, rubber
floor pad and dash. The front seat is not the same
that came with the Carryall. It would have had a
2-piece seat with the passenger side being very
small and able to fold forward so people could get
in the back. This seat folds forward but it is harder
to get in the back than the original seats would
is the dashboard after it was sanded and painted.
I left the original Army Stencils on the dash top.
The U.S. Government Nomenclature tag is still on
The rear of the Carryall after is was sanded and
painted. It also has a new rubber mat on the floor.
The Radio is at RT-68, R-110 and a DC Power Supply.
It is Korean War Vintage.
IS NOT A GOVERNMENT SITE. IT IS JUST MY WAY SAYING
THANK YOU TO ALL THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE
U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS, PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE.