Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vehicles

Discussions on the vehicles used by the Axis forces.
Long-time forum member Ron Klages (1939 - 2007) generously shared his knowledge and the results of his impressive research with the forum, and this section has therefore been renamed in his honour.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 05 Jun 2009 07:37

Wonderful!!!, an excellent example of the ambush scheme on this vechile.-the best Ive ever seen. Many thanks my good friend Francy.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 05 Jun 2009 07:41

Close-up.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 06 Jun 2009 23:24

Another post by Francy Ritter from Interesting eBay pics of this Tri camo stug.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 07 Jun 2009 00:40

One of this panther from ebay titled, Kursk 1943. The camo on this vechile suggests more likely mid to late 44-45 on the Eastern front.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 11 Jun 2009 01:28

Two of this Kubel,ebay
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 12 Jun 2009 02:41

Fallschirmjäger Marder II using mud as camouflage from the booklet,- Panzerjager by Hoist Scheibert. ebay.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 12 Jun 2009 02:57

A Pzkpfw IV on the Eastern front. ebay.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 14 Jun 2009 06:48

Hi all, these two from ebay.This panzer IV and a Pzkpfw III both Ost front.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 14 Jun 2009 06:59

DAK camo, ebay
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby David W » 14 Jun 2009 10:07

What lorry is that?

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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 14 Jun 2009 10:19

I have a vague feeling it's a Ford.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 18 Jun 2009 02:33

This panzer crew working on their tiger II, ebay,
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 20 Jun 2009 01:07

These tiger striped Porsche, King Tigers and this Kubel from ebay.
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby garlock » 20 Jun 2009 12:27

In this photo, I wonder about the civilian dress on several of the men. What am I looking at in this photo?
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Is that a young child in the center foreground covering his face?
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Re: Camouflaged Paint Designs on Vechiles.

Postby sir dude » 23 Jun 2009 09:40

Hello John,it could be down time for the crew or a personal photo of good friends-of the moment! The lack of uniforms suggests this is not a combat zone, although the camo vechile dose?-interesting.
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