Vehicle Collection Point

German weapons, vehicles and equipment 1919-1945.

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Re: Vehicle Collection Point

Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Fri Jun 20, 2008 9:53 pm

My Friend Dragunov, I never quite understood why you didn't feel that your contributions weren't appreciated--so, I am posting to assure you that they are very much appreciated.

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Post by Simon H » Wed Aug 05, 2009 3:50 am

Commissar D, the Evil wrote:Hi Guys, another Hetzer restoration link for you.

http://vmmv.org/tanktk/hetzer/hetzer.htm

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I like the photos on that site, some good details of optics, remote MG34. Can I also add my own page on Jagdpanzer 38t, my favourite late war German AFV:

http://www.lerenfort.fsnet.co.uk/page44N.htm

This particular one is based in the UK and it's most noteable claim to fame is that it the one that featured in the Nicholas Cage WW2 romantic hit "Captain Corelli's Mandolin"... No comment on the film. :wink:
I will be adding more pictures later.
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Re: Vehicle Collection Point

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Re: Vehicle Collection Point

Post by Simon H » Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:24 am

Hi Bill,

Welcome to the Feldgrau forum!

Thanks for posting the link. A superb collection of vehicles and militaria with ASPHM collection. Especially like the Hetzer and the RSO!!

Kind Regards,
Simon.
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