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With the exception of the beautiful Valentine in NZ being posted here, and a couple of others, seems like most of the threads here were started a while ago and not much new stuff lately so I thought I would post some interesting ones from FB because they are active and lots of new pics being posted.

 

Stug 3 ausf D in Kent, amazing job on this one from a shooting range wreck, very close to rolling on it's own power

https://www.facebook.com/StugIIIAusfDRestoration/

 

Sdkfz 164 Nashorn, ( Netherlands) this ones moving along nicely and especially interesting as there's only 2 other known vehicles in the world. Currently looking for parts too

https://www.facebook.com/Nashorn.SD.KFZ.164.restauration

 

The 2 half-tracks Sdkfz 250 and Sdkfz 7 pulled from the chicken River in Poland. Really great work on these by a museum.

https://www.facebook.com/PanzerFarm/

 

Stug 3 Ausf G Alket (Poland?)

https://www.facebook.com/StugIIIG/?ref=py_c

 

The Tiger 1 Replica at the AAAM

https://www.facebook.com/Ausarmourworkshop/

 

know of any others?

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With the exception of the beautiful Valentine in NZ being posted here, and a couple of others, seems like most of the threads here were started a while ago and not much new stuff lately so I thought I would post some interesting ones from FB because they are active and lots of new pics being posted.

 

Stug 3 ausf D in Kent, amazing job on this one from a shooting range wreck, very close to rolling on it's own power

 

Sdkfz 164 Nashorn, ( Netherlands) this ones moving along nicely and especially interesting as there's only 2 other known vehicles in the world. Currently looking for parts too

 

The 2 half-tracks Sdkfz 250 and Sdkfz 7 pulled from the chicken River in Poland. Really great work on these by a museum.

 

Stug 3 Ausf G Alket (Poland?)

 

The Tiger 1 Replica at the AAAM

 

know of any others?

 

Can you update this with the URL to the FB page?

 

Tim

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I really like these guys restoration, I've been following it for a while now, they are doing a great job and I am in love with the colour of the twinpack they are installing! The newly arrived Nashorn is interesting too.

 

Many will know that I now update the Loyd restoration on FB mainly because its so simple to do it from a phone or my iPad. You also widen the audience; since moving to FB I have met a number of foreign Loyd owners and found rare parts, made parts swaps etc..

https://www.facebook.com/Loyd-Carrier-256864924438083/

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holy cow, enough to keep a person busy for hours.

 

I forgot all about the king tiger in Sweden, I thought that project was dead in the water. Now it looks like they're close to a working vehicle :wow: If there's one thing this world needed, it's a 3rd running tiger tank :cheesy:

 

The Firefly looks really great too, ........heck they're all really cool.

 

Can you update this with the URL to the FB page?

 

Tim

done
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Type 95 Ha-go restoration really impressive too when you consider the difficulty in language barrier, non-existent documentation, etc.

 

Surprised more of them haven't been grabbed by collectors off the various Islands in Micronesia

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This is all very well and good but a lot of people don't want or don't like Facebook, which means they cannot see the photos. (and for very good reasons they may not wish to have a Facebook account.

 

It would be much preferable if interesting photos were posted on here.

 

Diana

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Very very interesting, and very very time consuming to follow. :D

 

I suppose if one does not want to join Facebook, then it is rather like me living in Poland and being unwilling to make the visit to Bovingdon - it is my choice, but I would not want to make anyone else unhappy because of my choice.

 

I suppose the time might come when forums may also naturally evolve into smartphone technologies that also happen to work on desktops ;)

 

trevor

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This is all very well and good but a lot of people don't want or don't like Facebook, which means they cannot see the photos. (and for very good reasons they may not wish to have a Facebook account.

 

It would be much preferable if interesting photos were posted on here.

 

Diana

totally agree about FB, mark Zuckerburgs Evil empire will not be marketing to me and I don't have an account there, but you don't need one to follow a restoration. I am constantly having to use a blocker to get rid of their

"Log in NOW!" Pop-up , and that's a major PITA.

Unfortunately, people have chosen it as their preferred photo blog engine. Wouldn't have been my first choice but it is what it is.:-|

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