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Here at Wyvern Omnibus, we don't just do buses, we also have a number of other vehicles available for hire for weddings, TV & Film promotional work, etc. Get in touch for more information.
(These vehicles are all privately owned by individuals, not by Wyvern Omnibus).

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Vera - ARU537

Austin 10 Lichfield

Our Austin 10 Lichfield, known to us as Vera is ideal for any bride and groom and looks stunning alongside our vintage buses. 

WW2 Jeep

1944 Willys Jeep 

The Willys MB and the Ford GPW, both formally called the U.S. Army Truck, 1⁄4-ton, 4×4, Command Reconnaissance, commonly known as the Willys Jeep and sometimes referred to by its supply catalogue designation G503, were highly successful American off-road capable light military utility vehicles, built in large numbers to a single standardized design, for the United States and the Allied forces in World War II from 1941 until 1945.

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WW2 US Dodge

1944 Dodge WC51

The Dodge WC series, sometimes nicknamed 'Beeps', were a prolific range of light 4WD and medium 6WD military utility trucks, produced by Dodge / Fargo during World War II. Together with the 1⁄4-ton jeeps produced by Willys and Ford, the Dodge 1⁄2‑tons and 3⁄4‑tons made up nearly all of the light 4WD trucks supplied to the U.S. military in WWII – with Dodge contributing some 337,500 4WD units (over half as many as the jeep).

WW2 British 10T Truck

1944 Leyland Hippo

The Leyland Hippo Mk II was a new design by Leyland, developed as a result of the planning for D-Day, which concluded that trucks with 10 long tons (10 t) cargo capacity offered considerable logistic advantages over smaller vehicles. Design of the Hippo Mk II commenced in 1943 with production commencing in late 1944. The Hippo Mk II arrived too late to see service in the days immediately after D-Day, but roughly 1,000 were in service by VE Day and they remained in service with the British Army and the Royal Air Force into the 1950s.

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WW2 US General Service Truck

1944 US 

The GMC CCKW, also known as "Jimmy", or the G-508 by its Ordnance Supply Catalogue number, 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 original "Deuce and a Half", formed the backbone of the famed Red Ball Express that kept Allied armies supplied as they pushed eastward after the Normandy invasion.

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