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  1. Cohendet

    Hello, i am am new here, so not sure of the routine. i am an automotive journalist. I was editor of The Engineer weekly news magazine from 1969 to 1980. I have a special interest in armoured fighting vehicles, especially battle tanks. BUT...does anyone have a hande on French-built Cohendet trucks of WW1 period, namely around 1908. i believe there is one in the UK. Does anyone know about this?? And does ices anyone have any spec sheets etched of the Cohendet truck which I think was front engined, but the engine was underfloor. grateful for any help. Tankchief
  2. Cohendet

    Hi, I am an automotive journalist. I was editor of The Engineer weekly news magazine from 1969 to 1980 before starting my own newsletter business...Auto Industry Newsletter. For many years I took a great interest in fighting vehicles, most notably battle tanks. Also I have a deep interest in gas turbine engines for vehicles and which I have studied for many years even though they have not come to pass. My question...Does anyone know anything about Cohendet military trucks circa 1908 or thereabouts. I know they existed but have been able to find out very little about them. I think they had a front-mounted underfloor engine. Does anyone know if there is a Cohedet vehicle in the UK, who owns it so that I can discover more about these vehicles which to me seem most elusive Tankchief
  3. Hello I'm a military vehicle enthusiast who is lucky enough to live near Witham SV and can regularly go and dream of owning a Bedford MK. Perhaps this love of military vehicles can be traced to my ancestors. Both grandad's drove trucks during the war. They never talked about this but i have found some pics recently and I wondered if anybody out there could help identify the vehicles. You can see the pics in this picasa album. One grandad served in Palestine with the RAF at the end of the war and my other was in the Hussars in what looks like North Africa. I particulalry like the convoy pic and the lead vehicle with the white wall tyres. You can see the pics in here. click here Thanks James
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