I thought today would be a good time to start this thread since it is Canada Day. Based on a suggestion by Michel I will attempt to give an account of this extensive, although standardised, range of military vehicles produced in Canada during WW2. Neillie has indicated that it would be acceptable and Aixman would like it posted in daily instalments. It will be in instalments but not daily I am afraid. As usual I had difficulty deciding which heading it should come under but I have plumped for Modelling since the core material will be the series of booklets written some 15 years ago to encourage customers to buy more Trux CMP models and convert them. The major source for the booklets was the series of wartime handbooks aptly titled Canadian Military Pattern Vehicles. The official wartime handbook was in the form of loose leaves and had two sections, one of complete vehicles and one of bodies only. I have chosen to organise the material by body, starting with the smallest, Series 1, 8cwts. Details of complete vehicles will be included of course. Title Page for Trux CMP Handbook Part A. Introduction.