In 2019, retired Army NCO Mark Sandercock led a crew of 5 to restore the relatively untouched control cab interior. They hand cleaned and painted the interior over the course of a couple of weeks. Other improvements and repairs include restitching the dry rotted curtains and the addition of solar powered night lights. The volunteers would still like to re-canvas the cockpit seats. Aside from that, they feel their job is complete.
In 1961, the Overland MkII was being fabricated and tested, prior to handing it over to the United States Army…Continue Reading
During my trip to Texas last week, I interviewed a man who drafted the suspension components for the Overland Train…Continue Reading
In the late 1950's, the United States Army Nuclear Power Program (ANPP) was exploring a number of nuclear reactor types.…Continue Reading