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No: 10098   Contributor: Alf van Beem   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: Austin Motor Company   Country: England

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Picture added on 26 November 2012 at 07:23
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War & Peace show 2010, Kent, England, United Kingdom
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Alf - Yet again a set of great images you have up-loaded.

The vehicle details are as follows:
Truck, 3-Ton, 6x4, Breakdown Gantry (Austin K6/A).
The above details are taken from a book by Bart H Vanderveen entitled: The Observer's Fighting Vehicles Directory WW II. The book is a superb source of information on trucks from a variety of countries who fought in WW2 but is now out of print.
Many thanks for all your efforts on this site.

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