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  1. another model with a different burner head, I believe this was a later modification
  2. The The yellow label states leaded petrol
  3. I believe these were an early model, we had them as part of our vehicle CES,
  4. here is one for 11th Armoured Division, showing what units made up the Division.
  5. I'm not a Geordie, but from Co. Durham, used to love the processed cheese and jam sarnies.
  6. I would love one of these, however at theses prices, i'll just have to dream.
  7. I served for a good few years on Fox with the QOY, and currently involved with Eden Camp working on and looking after their prototype Fox
  8. Barrym

    Soap

    Not exactly clothing and equipment, does anyone know where I can get 2 bars of the soap we had in the 70s/80s, the one with EIIR embossed on it, want some to put in my green wash roll
  9. Very nice pics, I served with D Sqn QOY 86-98. We had at various times, Fox, Sabre and Scimitar. Here is a few Fox pics.
  10. I know this is an okd post , but is there a link to the person who made these transfers
  11. I'm after some as well, please.
  12. If I remember in this format 2/10, first number (2) is the Div number, and the second number (10) is the ID number for the regiment within that Div. I have no Idea what the regiments role was, I'm assuming as it is a fairly small number, they were an armoured regiment and the Scorpion was in their recce troop.We, 15/19 H were in BAOR 1979-86, ours was 3/45, as we were 3rd Div Armoured Recce Regiment.
  13. The German Marder AIFV had a 20mm.
  14. The small inlet for the air intake, that is fitted to the gearbox cover plate, the louvres should be facing rearwards, opposite to the radiator louvres. this lessens the amount of dust entering,
  15. The plate in the top pic, fits over the NBC pack, large hole for the inlet seal and the small hole for the 1st stage scavange, this is the debris outlet.
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