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nice pics mate , where do you get that style tyre from ?......

they came from dortmund germany of hans (cant remember his surname) but he does lots of kubel and scwimmwagen parts ,i drove to his house about 5 years ago and bought them.

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they came from dortmund germany of hans (cant remember his surname) but he does lots of kubel and scwimmwagen parts ,i drove to his house about 5 years ago and bought them.

 

Hans Schukenbohmer. He speaks good English Too!

If you need original German Whermacht Jerry cans, I have quite a few for sale. :D

Mike.

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Hans Schukenbohmer. He speaks good English Too!

If you need original German Whermacht Jerry cans, I have quite a few for sale. :D

Mike.

yer will possibly need some i will hopefully be at the bunker bash ,bit of a late booking though c u there if you are going cheers wilhelm

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Hans Schukenbohmer. He speaks good English Too!

If you need original German Whermacht Jerry cans, I have quite a few for sale. :D

Mike.

 

I am looking for a German 1945 dated one, got any?

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Amasing and a true work of art.

 

You are not a welder/ fabricator by any chance are you....Top notch!!

 

Regards

no just self tought , spending a few years under rot boxs getting them through the mot s, dont have a gullitine either try and be accurate with the stihl saw went through a few blades mind you.

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Hat off to you it looks excellent, well done.

I for one don't care that its built on the chassis of something else, it is a brilliant peice of work and a credit to you, and just like the swimmer it is a superb addition to the mv scene .take a bow...

The axis section of the clubhouse carpark will have to be extended though...

then the swimmer can come out of the pond!

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Hat off to you it looks excellent, well done.

I for one don't care that its built on the chassis of something else, it is a brilliant peice of work and a credit to you, and just like the swimmer it is a superb addition to the mv scene .take a bow...

The axis section of the clubhouse carpark will have to be extended though...

then the swimmer can come out of the pond!

well thanks bodge deep ,yes and we cant forget mark uk for that fantastic scwimmer perhaps we will meet one day at a show and get some good photos to post.

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Was good meeting you today.Here is a piccy taken today.

That is was extremely good job.

 

And for the plane spotters amondst you.

Yes that is a genuineGerman built Argus engined Storch in the background.

 

Mike

 

PS: Truck was seriously sick on 3 cylinders after 2 miles, so it got a lift home.

Anybody who saw a S3 109 on back of a pink/white recovery truck (A1/A414/M25/A41) was mine.

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I ll hope that the problem does not turn out to be something major !

 

Need to investigate further but current suspicion is either something simple (HT lead/plug) or it has fried an exhaust valve,

Will keep posted on my rolling resto thread.

 

Mike

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