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  1. Ford Blitz 4x4 crane truck http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/gidgegannup/trucks/ford-blitz-cmpv/1113325371 [h=1]1953 Humber FV 1600 Ex Army-Military 4WD Truck[/h]http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/inverell/trucks/1953-humber-fv-1600-ex-army-military-4wd-truck/1114057699
  2. If is a 6...could be MS5196322 which is shown as item 1 figure 58 same book....... set screw collar maybe....maybe
  3. https://books.google.com.au/books?id=N_4XAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA277&lpg=PA277&dq=assy+19206&source=bl&ots=6vLDFa2_hq&sig=vCFp20N0I89XQUDtd7C72adt6pw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj9zr2A_7XNAhUDHJQKHQ-rAO8Q6AEIGzAA#v=onepage&q=assy%2019206&f=false 105mm tank barrel
  4. http://www.news.com.au/travel/world-travel/europe/treasure-hunters-think-the-lost-amber-room-is-in-a-nazi-bunker-in-poland/news-story/37d0c21456820ce1360015931e5e492e
  5. The clip etc on the back looks the same as a Army one I just found on Google doing an image search. The Army eagle is different on yours and looks like a Luftwaffe one http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/war_badges/luftwaffe/panzer_luftwaffe.htm I saw the Army one was selling at $2500 so might be worth digging deeper as if real : [h=2]Collector Warning[/h]Due to their late institution these awards are exceptionally rare. Be wary of purchasing an example unless you have handled known originals. [h=2]Numbered Luftwaffe Panzer Badges - 25,50,75,100[/h]On November 10, 1944, just one week after the introduction of the standard Luftwaffe Panzer Badge, Reichsmarshall Goring introduced four new classes of panzer badge for 25, 50, 75, and 100 engagements. These badges were larger than the original badge and featured a small box containing the appropriate engagement number at the base of the wreath. WARNING: These badges are extremely rare, if not impossible, to find. It is highly unlikely anything but trial samples were produced.
  6. Havent seen this pop up in here as yet? http://www.news.com.au/world/wwii-ghost-submarine-discovered-with-71-bodies-entombed/news-story/1fced5e8734c60e5d5df75b31fbf3384
  7. Only the fire support ones....also had Scorpion or Fox turrets. Adrian will know which ones. I never saw a Salladin turreted one as before my time, only seen those in photos.
  8. Just noticed this museum on the weekend. Unfortunately it was shut so my photos through the fence are p poor but I'll drop in on my next trip. I see a Valentine, Sexton, Stuart, M113, another armored car I couldn't get a shot of. This yellow anti tank carrier, would it be a Lloyd? Also I am guessing it gets driven backwards as opposed to normal and the engine is under the barrel? I wonder if some of this was from the other wheatbelt town
  9. very nice.. I like the bench holes idea so that things can be clamped anywhere :-D
  10. Well I guess it is game over for myself and the Acmat. I paid upfront 5200 quid to have a vehicle completed in a VCT format for the 2014 War and Peace show. Now almost a year and a half later only an small percentage of the agreed work has been done and I am told the 5200 quid is gone and with well over 20k sunk into it I give up. So I am looking to see if someone is interested in what is there who may want a project Below is the specification of work with what has not been done/not done if someone wants to pursue finishing it as a VCT Specification of Work Client - Michael Trinidad Vehicle - ACMAT Aim of Work To restore the vehicle to a first class condition in order for the client to use it for showing (with a view to displaying it at War and Peace in July 2014). To convert the vehicle to VCT format. To prepare the vehicle for Australian road trip. Overall Requirements Transportation from Cambs to Rustytrucks premises and delivery on completion (TBC). Unpack check and catalogue all loose items. - not complete Steam clean throughout. - not complete Blast clean and prime where appropriate to ensure any rust does not worsen. - not complete Refurbish cab exterior fabricating and fitting new patches panels and other items as appropriate. - not complete Refurbish cab interior including patching firewall holes, modifying seat boxes, fitting ex. BMW seats (including provision of 12v supply) and replacing heater with correct type. - not complete Rebuild/refurbish cab doors and re-fit. - not complete Refurbish windscreen and cab windows. - not complete Repair refurbish and refit fit new front mudguards, tread areas and inner panels. - not complete Fabricate and fit new rear mudguards and refurbish and replace air electrical and hydraulic connection boxes. - not complete Refurbish and refit front and rear bumpers and related items. - not complete Refurbish and refit bonnet, access hatches, light mountings and mirrors. - not complete Refurbish/fabricate and fit Battery box and step assembly - not complete Jerrycan holders - not complete Spare wheel mount/step - not complete Centre box - not complete Front bumper toolbox - not complete Remove existing rollbar assembly. Remove existing rear body. Fabricate complete new VCT command type rear bodywork and fit. - not complete Refurbish winch including check and refurbish/replace winch rope if required. - not complete Fit wing mounted air cleaner, fabricating new fittings and piping as required. - not complete Fit new lights all round. - not complete Fabricate and upholster 2+1 rear seats for rear cab. - not complete Refurbish/modify roof frame. - not complete Double up fuel tanks by converting existing centre water tank to carry fuel. - not complete Source and fit canvas folding roof. - not complete Re-instate/repair/refurbish: Braking system - not complete Electrical system - not complete Cooling system - not complete Steering system - not complete Wheels and tyres - not complete Exhaust system - not complete Ancilliary equipment; wipers, washers etc. I will bring the Pinzgauer tank and washer nozzles - not complete Check and replenish as required all main assembly lubricants. - not complete Grease all greasing points. - not complete Provide new badging. - not complete Source and fit any CES items (eg shovel, towchain). - not complete Paint vehicle and appropriate major items to original specification. (sand colour) - not complete Test and adjust all running gear and road test. - not complete If you look through this thread the huge amount of new spare parts can go with the truck
  11. http://www.milweb.net/webvert/78486
  12. I saw a good Russian one with TD Pinzgauers which I liked but now I cannot find the video The only way I figured I could copy it would be you drive the same circuit many times as some of the added angles were: - front bumper viewing front and rear - rear bumper, viewing front and rear - side mounted - underside mounted - road mounted, ie drive over
  13. Will have to watch the bidding on this one..... As long as we get to see it on hmvf
  14. G'day only a 750 on milweb http://www.milweb.net/webvert/76048
  15. yep if it was me I'd have a vacuum ore lifter there and there'd be a big enough hole already after a week, to prove or disprove A cheaper option is high pressure water lancing and a vacuum truck, if the rocks aint that big
  16. the Scimitar is back http://whitelabel.globalauctionplatform.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/wca/catalogue-id-witham1-10000/lot-f847f88c-d80d-434b-9a77-a51d01048937?clienturl=wca
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