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  1. As titled cab 13 cmp doors, anything considered Ttfn
  2. I have a nice T60A pintle hook for a GPW available, in very good condition with only very minor wear. I am looking to trade it for a T60A pintle hook in comparable condition that is correct for our early Willys MB, which can be ID'd by the rough surface (cast in sand) and the name 'STEEL' cast onto both lower- and upper jaw. Alternatively, I might also be interested in other slatgrill parts for trade. Feel free to let me know what you have. Looks like I will be going to Beltring so I can bring the pintle hook there.
  3. Hi just got my jeep this week after months of searching and disappointments. Shes in good fettle hence I've done about 100 miles this week, but the exhaust position means I get blackening all over the off side rear tyre and wheel. The previous owner used lead substitute I don't intend to. Having looked underneath there is some scope to move the exhaust a bit but not enough to kick it out past the wheel I don't think. Whats the views on adding a slight bend to the end of the pipe to divert it a little? The jeep is a 1943 Ford GPW with lots of F marked parts and the original engi
  4. Dear All, Just a quick introduction. My main interest is in WW1 vehicles - primarily the tactical narrow gauge (60cm) temporary railways used by all sides (www.wdlr.org.uk). I have a personal collection of several of the British & american freight cars/wagons. I am also a significant shareholder in a French WW1 steam loco (due to steam next year). I was heavily involved with the Salvage Squad episode covering the WW1 armoured narrow gauge petrol loco several years ago. I have been reading the forum posts on the WW1 lorry recreations/restorations - these are very intreiguing &
  5. This is the last of my Brother's little collection. (the 6X6 Dodge he ordered on the Sunday before his demise, was due to be delivered the next week, we had to cancel it.). This little baby was Con's pet, in fact most of our work on it was cosmetic and minor mechanicles and running gear. I have a wooden boxed Special edition Book 1278/2000. I will put it on the sale and wanted page.
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