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I just saw this on Facebook, wondered about the date etc etc

 

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ww1  intendance truck. They had mobile shops behind the frontlines. I don't know if the 1923 date correct.

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Another picture of interest, a French 'school' , includes  a US built  Killen Strait tractor, the French must have thought it worth a try. Alongside are what appear to be Wolverhampton built Stars , with the long bonnet they should have been interesting to drive, a good  collection of vehicles !.translit864.thumb.jpg.668ce0713f0f0f0a4f1d382ee139a4f6.jpg

Richard Peskett.

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The first picture is also in the french book 'les camions de la victoire'. It is a Peugeot, not sure about the model - probably a 1525, like the one parked in front of it. They were called 'camion-bazar', most if not all of these were built on Peugeot chassis according to the writer. 1923 seems a bit late indeed.

Marcel

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