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Nrhampton

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    Scammell pioneering

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  1. I have the top part of the fifth wheel that is sat on flat plates that works well with the swan neck but missing the bottom dish shaped plate and the rubber discs that bolt to the chassis. I have emailed thunder models to see what info or drawings they have or at least how accurate they are but whether they will be willing to give out information I’m unsure, so here’s hoping
  2. Thank you for the drawing, hoping that the more information I can get the more correct I can get it.
  3. Yes, came from Romsey and was called Snow White, had been sat up for some time thought inside so still in nice condition other than the dust! I drove it the 10 miles home with no dramas other than the wipers not working.
  4. Thank you for the input, I have a scale drawing of the tractor and trailer together but it doesn’t show the more detailed individual parts and how they are connected, I have sourced a pair of axles which is probably the only part that couldn’t be replicated but the hope of finding any other major parts is pretty slim, I have had many conversations with people that remember cutting them up in the past hills of botley cut a few up which is a real shame. I have a Scammell swan neck four in line trailer that Tom Osborne adapted to go behind, it looks the part but want to look at the possibilities of making a replica.
  5. Thank you Wally I will get in contact with the vehicle museum and see what they have. Thank you Neils for the reply, Any idea who the owner is?
  6. I know it’s a very long shot but would any one have or know of any scale drawings or any parts no matter how small or crusty for a pioneer trailer??
  7. I seem to recall reading somewhere that 8 cylinder radial engine’s where used in torpedo’s and midget submarines??
  8. Sorry to bring this up again but after scratching about on the block tonight I have found more of the darker blue paint under the old desert and what I believe is the eau de nil and wondered if this colour has been seen on other war time engines?
  9. Evening all. im after a cable pulley from the end of the sliding jib on a sv2s if anyone knows of one, also a Scammell pioneer trcu trailer if anyone’s got one spare??
  10. Thanks for the info, just thinking would the engines come from the supplier in a colour requested by the war department? I guess I will need to have a think on the colour either the Gardner grey or the eau de nil.
  11. What a great film and shows exactly what I needed to know, thank you. The colour schemes are very interesting and the methods used, at least they had paint brushes and spray guns! It’s going to be quite a job!
  12. Many thanks, I think I have a job on now though!
  13. Thank you, i thought that would be the case it’s just nice to get a bit of reassurance when committing to a big change and want to make it look right. Any idea of the colour or was it whatever was available?
  14. Thinking of repainting my 1942 trmu in desert and wanted to know how these were painted and how much of the vehicle needs painting, were the chassis, underside etc painted. When I was in Iraq we were given a pot of paint and a broom and told to get on with it! Had a few runs in it! was this the same for the vehicles sent out to the desert war or were they painted before being sent out?
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