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About ashley

  • Birthday 06/08/1958

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    center of the universe....Dorset
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    MV`s german helmets, Iron crosses
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    retired

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  1. found on another site https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/203381961819?ul_noapp=true
  2. Here is a picture of similar trailers (Canadian) though no date to picture, but the ones pictured earlier are the same as used by the council in the seventies 🙂
  3. Hi, being part of the axis powers would they have followed Germany`s camouflage reg`s. ? except for local variations ??
  4. good to see another Brit trailer in the area hopefully sort mine next year after the jeep!
  5. welcome …..enjoy the madness ….... lol
  6. Hi,

          I was reading through the trailer thread and saw you have a mortar trailer 75yk77  did you ever track down its history ? and do you still have the trailer? 

    last year I collected one 75yk78 in good condition and will probably use till next winter before any restoration.

    cheers

    Ashley

  7. can RLC archives carry out a chassis number search to see if it has details on a key card ? this was £10.00 or have you all ready tried. cheers Ashley
  8. Very nice looking truck and congratulations on getting her started :-). now on to the next stage ….
  9. Hi, have you tried the museum yet ? or the British Army Jeep Research page on Facebook ? cheers Ashley
  10. I suppose this is the same type ….?bedford RL.htm
  11. Welcome Alfie, interesting range of vehicles what makes you think the DKW IS Afrika Korps? be interesting to see it . cheers Ashley
  12. This is definitely an Imperial (1WW) bayonet.
  13. here one near Wimborne (sorry re poster, it is as sent.. lol) Also the overlord show, check out the BPPC website for others also 🙂
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