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Seems to be a good deal of it missing. i'm assuming it's original then and rot removed as I can't read German.

Has enough metal been left in to be able to get it straight and square when repairing?

Would it still be "original" once repaired?

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It seems to be remnants of an original "Schwimmer" that the seller has started to restore. The ad states that new sides need to be constructed and that other metal parts (repros) are available. Its just the body, no frame, so buyer has to find a original or other frame to register it.

 

I am sure its worth the money for someone that has the knwoledge, tima and money to restore it back to its original condition. WW2 German vehicles, especially Schwimmwagens are getting worth tons of money. I doubt an incomplete "Schwimmer" like this wouldn't have sold for very much a few years ago.

 

Hope it sells to someone who'll restore it...

 

Goran N

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