I recently finished putting together examples of WWII, Korean, and Vietnam era M1 helmets and thought I post some photos of the collection. It's been a pretty painstaking process of putting the helmets together piece by piece over the last year and half, but I'm pretty pleased with the results. Helmet #1 - Early WWII McCord Radiator shell (front seam, fixed bale, sewn OD3 chinstraps) with Westinghouse liner. Liner is also an early production piece with unpainted A washers, non-adjustable nape strap, and leather chin strap with green painted hardware. Helmet #2 - Post-WWII / Korean War McCord Radiator shell (rear seam, swivel bale, sewn OD7 chinstraps) with late WWII production Firestone liner. Shell and liner are in very good to near excellent condition. The sweatband, leather chinstrap, and adjustable nape strap are all NOS, unissued late WWII pieces. WWII parts are correct for Korean War helmets as most WWII stock was being issued well into the 1950's.