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    For those with verrrryyyy deeeeeeep pockets in love with very big stuff.

    Close to the Dutch army training grounds, they bought up a lot of surplus stuff, then switched partly to cranes. Boy, those cranes are HUGH.

    Not sure if you can get spare parts there. They also have a private museum, absolutely not accessible for public unless you are there in person and beg on your knees. They do something for schools though. I was there a few times

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    Robo I think you are doing a Great job at being proactive in getting a list compiled to help both the supplier and the buyer of parts.

    As many Jeeps that have been built and the many left in Europe I think that there is still unopened crates of them there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cucvmule View Post
    As many Jeeps that have been built and the many left in Europe I think that there is still unopened crates of them there.
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    When bringing my old Peugeot 307 SW (now used as work car for the forge) for necessary repairs to a small local garage, found this 2018 calendar on the wall (below the usual pics of females).


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    Militaryspareparts.cz. No further information, but looking at the calendar they are still active. Looking at their website, they have a jeep body in a crate. Located about 30 min NW of Prague, just beyond Prague Airport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robo McDuff View Post
    Looking at their website, they have a jeep body in a crate.
    Whoa. Still in the original wrapper!



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    This is a good reference website with a lot more info on where to get what in which country than I can ever scrap together for Europe alone. Probably several people on this site are already familiar with them. Continuing with this thread is useful; get some nice pics and personal experiences with SteelSoldiers dealing with the European scrap yards, and maybe some unexpected pearls int here as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robo McDuff View Post
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    This is a good reference website with a lot more info on where to get what in which country than I can ever scrap together for Europe alone.
    That is a SERIOUS resource there, Robo McDuff.

    Nice post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Another Ahab View Post
    Whoa. Still in the original wrapper!



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    Brother Ahab, If there's a new jeep body still in the wrapper, you can call me Ishmael.
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    This will be good! Thanks, Robo McDuff:

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    Great stuff Robo. I'd like to rent an apartment next door to Staman Nijverdal. Subscribed.
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