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  1. Hello, Let me quickly introduce myself and explain why I am writing. I am a railroad historian, and I specialize in the East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad, known for part of its history as the Tweetsie. I have written seven books (Along the ET&WNC vols. 1-6 and the Railroads of Johnson City). I currently produce a twice a year magazine for the ET&WNC RR Historical Society, called Every Time With No Complaint. I am currently trying to finish up a story on their bus/trucking subsidiary. Before buying the bus company, they built and temporarily operated a gasoline motor car built with a Peerless truck motor and chassis, with a trolley car body.I am looking for any information on how a Peerless truck ran, its pros and cons, the size of engine and number of cylinders... actually some opinions about Peerless trucks that one cannot find with Google. I am over 50 and do serious research, but for a rabbit chase search like this does work best with the computer. Can some of you WWI experts give me some perspective on how a Peerless truck worked? Johnny Graybeal
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    With out a doubt one of the best shows of the year, Guy Martins MkIV Replica Tank Deborah II, WWI Camp & WWII re-enactments, 500+ military vehicles, including the Bob James Collection on show & post-war. BBMF flypast, Spitfire with working merlin engine, Horse-Drawn WWI GS Wagon, Life size WWII camp, over 50 Stalls selling Parts, Collectables, Uniforms & Militaria of all shapes and sizes. Vehicle Forms: click link below: https://nebula.wsimg.com/72053dc5969ff3178e9e90f816be3e50?AccessKeyId=827D05885F2BA61EC544&disposition=0&alloworigin=1 Re-enactor/Living history forms: click link below: https://nebula.wsimg.com/bad19f6078c92df22dcec3195de031ed?AccessKeyId=827D05885F2BA61EC544&disposition=0&alloworigin=1
  3. With out a doubt one of the best shows of the year, Guy Martins MkIV Replica Tank Deborah II, WWI Camp & WWII re-enactments, 500+ military vehicles, including the Bob James Collection on show & post-war. BBMF flypast, Spitfire with working merlin engine, Horse-Drawn WWI GS Wagon, Life size WWII camp, over 50 Stalls selling Parts, Collectables, Uniforms & Militaria of all shapes and sizes. Vehicle Forms: click link below: https://nebula.wsimg.com/72053dc5969ff3178e9e90f816be3e50?AccessKeyId=827D05885F2BA61EC544&disposition=0&alloworigin=1 Re-enactor/Living history forms: click link below: https://nebula.wsimg.com/bad19f6078c92df22dcec3195de031ed?AccessKeyId=827D05885F2BA61EC544&disposition=0&alloworigin=1
  4. Wartime in the Vale 2018 are pleased to announce that the 2018 show will be commemorating the End of The Great War with a show stopping WWI display, to included Horse Drawn Vehicles, Camp, Childs Soldier Training School, and some very special WWI vehicles already confirmed. If you have any WWI vehicles or are a re-enactor and would like to be part of this one time only display please get in touch with us. Many Thanks.
  5. Hello Ladies & Gents! What a fantastic forum! Great to have so many like minded people in one place. I am a family member of a working First World War military museum in Victoria, Australia which is home to many thousands of restored and not so restored pieces. Looking forward to chatting!
  6. I am working on a story about U.S. Army 4x4s of World War I for Army Motors magazine. Luckily, a fine restored Nash Quad and an equally nice FWD Model B are owned by two local gentlemen. Nash Quads were featured in the article "WW1 Nash and Jeffrey Quads" in the July 2007 Vol. 7, No. 2 issue of Military Machines. FWDs were featured in the two-part article "FWD Trucks of WW1" in the February and March 2010 (Vol. 9, Nos. 9 and 10). Unfortunately, back issues don't seem to be available -- either in hard copy or digital form -- and MMI is not available in any of our local libraries. Additionally, MMI has not responded to my request for help obtaining copies of these articles. While my primary reporting and writing are done, I'd like to be able to check some of the facts I have included in my story. Is there any chance a kind HMVF member could send me PDF copies of the three articles? Many thanks, --jerry LaHistoriaMilitar@gmail /dot/ com
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