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  1. Old topic, I know, but just found it while looking at something else! The Scorpion in question now lives in Dorset, in my garage! Bought from cladder (Shaun) in 2012. I guess Shaun sold up his whole collection. I'd be interested in knowing anything else about it, since it left the MoD. 04FD03.
  2. I am sure there are members on here who would be happy to let you have a drive of a 432/433 so get a feel for the controls! I certainly would but I'm a long way from you.
  3. What a total PITA! Car electrics are a nightmare these days... Sounds like you have brought it to life though! Truely an amazing feat of determination and perseverance.
  4. Bet you wish your mill was CNC!
  5. Hi Jon, Interesting stuff! Does the cooling system bare any relationship to the original vehicle or are you designing it from scratch?
  6. Those conrods look really beefy! Clever how the valves are driven direct off the crank, I guess all radials work like that? Would like to see the arrangment of how the conrods attach to the crank. Great photos. Keep em coming!
  7. Not sure where these are from originally?
  8. A lot of external pics here https://www.net-maquettes.com/pictures/panzer-ii-ausf-c-walk/?afg321_page_id=1
  9. Some more pics here: https://www.landmarkscout.com/panzerkampfwagen-ii-ausf-a-sd-kfz-121/ The 'dashboard' looks familiar....
  10. Ha! Torpedo engine, not interesting? Are you kindding! They are fascinating machines. Love to see this one restored. Shame there's not more stuff to see around Portland/Wyke about them...
  11. Right click on this http://the.shadock.free.fr/Surviving_Panzer_II.pdf and then select 'save link as' should download it permenantly to your computer.
  12. Is this of any use? (probably read this many times!) http://the.shadock.free.fr/Surviving_Panzer_II.pdf
  13. That is some more brilliant fabrication! I think t34 used an offset arm with teeth to lock and a worm drive to adjust. Panzer III is different to Panzer II too.
  14. Yep, thats the one! FV462431 is the part code for the upper section. My lower half is servicable, the upper half is gone! Just a big block of glass which is not impossible to get out.... Wher about's are you and how much for it?
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