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Anything that can be of use would be great, only thing is its not a CMP, but then again it maybe in with them as its a Quad based on the same bulk head and rear body built by British steel pressings c

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Jack,

I've got a Morris-Commercial 4x4 manual which I can send to you on disc. It covers the C8 Quad Artillery Tractor Mks II and III, A.T. Portee Mks II and III and C9/B Bofors SP. It's too big to email but I'll gladly post it if you pm me your address.

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Hi Ivor,

 

I am just hoping that when you come over you would get me a copy of this manual...you know I'd love to have it!!!

 

Talking of which, I have lately discovered that I have a copy of an Army User Handbook for the Land Rover 80". It is WO Code No 17856/3; Aip Publication 4337D (U.H.) Admiralty MTP. 4303/2 and covers Rover Mk1, Mk2, Mk3, Mk4 & Mk5 and dated 1957.

 

I also have a few technical publications on CD which all concern the Willys/Ford jeeps.

 

Cheers,

 

Kaci

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I was doing a clean up in the garage and opened a box of old books, in it was a workshop manual

for a:-

 

1942 2 1/2 ton 6x6 United States Army Truck - Models CCKW 352 & 353. Published in 1942.

 

Don't know if that would be of any interest to any one.

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I was doing a clean up in the garage and opened a box of old books, in it was a workshop manual

for a:-

 

1942 2 1/2 ton 6x6 United States Army Truck - Models CCKW 352 & 353. Published in 1942.

 

Don't know if that would be of any interest to any one.

 

Plenty of GMC's around either sell it on Ebay or list it on the GMC forum

 

http://www.cckw.org/forum/index.php

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Talking WW2, US Army Intelligence prepared a large number of documents on the Germans during WW2, both for general training of officers and preparation of NCO`s about to go into combat. These were based upon captured manuals and interrogation reports and covered most aspects of ground force operations – the ` German Squad in Combat` manual is especially good for small formation tactics.

 

Publications I have found so far :

 

WWII Special Series:

 

The German Armoured Army

German Military Training

The German Motorised Infantry Regiment

German Tactical Doctrine

The German Squad in Combat

German Anti-Aircraft Artillery

German Military Abbreviations

German Infantry Weapons

German Coastal Defences

German Doctrine on the Stabilised Front

German Winter Warfare

German Ski Training and Tactics

German Mountain Warfare

Company Officers Handbook of the German Army

Information Bulletin No 20, German Methods of Warfare in the Lybian Desert

 

WW2 Technical Manuals:

 

German Volkswagen (Kubelwagen)

Handbook on German Forces

 

 

These are available online (free) through the US Army Combined Arms Centre Online library :

 

http://www.cgsc.edu/carl/wwIIspec/

 

Loads of American technical manuals also (Jeep manual etc)

 

Cheers,

 

Steve in Kidderminster :coffee:

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I have:

 

Driver's Handbook

Ford 3-ton 4x4 (158 1/4 n. W.B.)

Canadian Military Pattern Vehicles

Chassis model F-60448-M

 

Ford Motor Company of Canada

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At last!

I've bought a MV !

A 1942 Chevrolet CMP C15 Cab13 2J body.

It's still in Wales.

Before I can drive it home the brakes need to be done.

So,

looking for: manuals, handbooks etc. for it

Also looking for somebody who can fix the brakes for me.

McMann

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hi there thats a great idea for the manuals i have the tm-91815b manual i will put up too but just wondering is there any other of the fwdhar1 manuals like tm 9-815 or the tm 9-1815a manuals as i am restoring a fwdhar1 thanks:nut:

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Good evening, friends !

 

Where it is possible to buy the paper copies or CD archives of manuals (instruction manuals, maintenance manuals, repair manuals, illustrated parts catalogues, driver's/user's handbooks) on typical WW2 British 6x4 forward control trucks ?

The list of vehicles is below:

- AEC 644 Marshal

- Albion BY1/BY3/BY5

- Crossley IGL7/IGL8

- Guy FBAX

- Karrier CK6

- Leyland Retriever

- Morris D/CD/CDF/CDFW

- Thornyroft Tartar

 

The purpose of this purchase - scale modelling of objects.

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