WWII Vehicles Rental Service
Welcome to our WWII Vehicles Rental Service. We can offer a selection on original vehicles for hire, this includes short Films, TV Shows or TV Adverts. All vehicles are rented in excellent working order and excellent state of presentation. We has all the means necessary to convey these vehicles to the locations of your film shoots or events. The Vehicles are located in Spain and France, and all rentals include a driver. Cost of vehicle rentals will vary. If we do not have the Military Vehicles you need, we work with other military vehicle rental agencies who may be of assistance.
The BMW R75 is a World War II-era motorcycle and sidecar combination produced by the German company BMW. The BMW R75 stands out by its integral two-wheel drive design, with drive shafts to both its rear wheel and the third side-car wheel, from a locking differential, as well as a transfer case offering both road and off-road gear ratios, through which all...
The Bofors 40 mm gun, often referred to simply as the Bofors gun, is an anti-aircraft autocannon designed in the 1930s by the Swedish arms manufacturer AB Bofors. It was one of the most popular medium-weight anti-aircraft systems during World War II, used by most of the western Allies as well as some captured systems being used by the Axis powers.
The GMC CCKW was a highly successful series of off-road capable, 21⁄2-ton, 6×6 trucks, built in large numbers to a standardized design (from 1941 to 1945) for the U.S. Army, that saw heavy service, predominantly as cargo trucks, in both World War II and the Korean War.
The jeep became the primary light wheeled transport vehicle of the US Army, the jeep became the iconic vehicle of World War II, with an almost mythological reputation of toughness, durability, and versatility, were highly successful off-road capable light military utility vehicles built in large numbers to a standardized design for the United States...
The M3 half-track was an American armored personnel carrier half-track widely used by the Allies during World War II and in the Cold War. Derived from the M2 half-track car, the M3 was extensively produced, with about 15,000 standard M3s and more than 38,000 variant units manufactured.
The M3 Stuart was an American light tank. It was used by many of the Allied armies during World War II, highlighting the use given by the armies of Great Britain and the Allied forces deployed in the battle with the Afrika Korps. The first tanks of the M5 series were produced in April 1942, and it was preferred over other variants.
Volkswagen Kübelwagen, was a light military vehicle designed by Ferdinand Porsche and built by Volkswagen during World War II for use by the German military (both Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS). Based heavily on the Volkswagen Beetle, it was prototyped as the Type 62, but following improvements entered production as the Type 82.
Zündapp KS 750 is a motorcycle and sidecar combination developed for the German Wehrmacht before and during the Second World War, by the German company Zündapp G.m.b.H.. After entering service in 1941, over 18,000 were built through 1944, and deployed on all major German battlefronts, for use in a variety of roles.