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Ahha

Post by Punk_Waffen » 16 Oct 2003 16:40

Well from Von_Mannteufel's websites, actually http://www.nat-military-museum.lu/pages ... llery.html to be exact, i found some that look like it, the Dodge T211, T214, and T223, but i shall go to the library later today and make sure of my findings

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Post by Von_Mannteufel » 17 Oct 2003 04:38

Punk_Waffen wrote:
Von_Mannteufel wrote:there is a transport american M20 3 axled truck indeed.
Thats the one i want i do believe! :D
I've given you 2 links for it (the last 2 I gave) if you'd care to look at them...

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Post by Punk_Waffen » 17 Oct 2003 04:59

Von_Mannteufel wrote:
Punk_Waffen wrote:
Von_Mannteufel wrote:there is a transport american M20 3 axled truck indeed.
Thats the one i want i do believe! :D
I've given you 2 links for it (the last 2 I gave) if you'd care to look at them...
You i looked at em, i told you what it looked like and im going to check up on it.

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Post by Von_Mannteufel » 19 Oct 2003 03:59

sorry, i hancen't seen there was another page when I posted the message.

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Post by Punk_Waffen » 23 Oct 2003 17:03

Iwas the M36! will post stats when i get a chance




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