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  1. No, this COVID 19 business has made me realise that having many military vehicles is a strain and I cannot drive them all. I’m down scaling to enjoy the simpler things.
  2. Yes, I am selling up all of my military vehicles, this my gmc, weasel, jeep, flea and most of my original weapons including quad 50 and live rifles
  3. Lovely little bits adding to the overall WD look, Folding pegs and kick starter.
  4. No I’ve not heard of that book, I shall take a look and try and buy one. Thanks
  5. If you want a good replica then give Chris Golding a call, I have several of his and you won’t find better in the UK.
  6. Yes totally agree, I know of several vehicles some military others not, that are just sitting and will so say never be sold.
  7. yes, it’s also very much more fun! Things seem to get done a lot quicker when it’s nice clean green and shiny bolts (which will get painted at some point) The search for all those little bits now starts as well
  8. More parts media blasted, epoxy primed and top coated in OD. and fitting up of the chassis starts!
  9. And a lovely person sent me some reading material in the post! cheers
  10. little drive out today! IMG_6747.MOV
  11. yes I think they were, I just managed to get this off a friend who removed it from a DAF
  12. bent up some bars, made the centre pipe and release bracket. new grip parts arrived as well, next I’ll make the leaver mounts and spin up the bumps On my lathe for the ends of the bars.
  13. Pulling off the stickers revealed a number 23, I think I’ll never know when this was done but I’ll add it back on once it’s been repainted. It has had a Repaint at some point, which is now failing in some areas, I will give it a full repaint in its original BS colour code. Them nasty stickers are also not helping pulling off the paint when being removed.
  14. I believe it’s called a tower jack rather then a bottle jack and it needs to be 4ton or more.
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