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    Default US Army WW1 M1917 Ambulance (Ford)

    I thought you all might like to see my WW1 Ambulance. I finished the project this Summer June 2011 and I have been showing the vehicle. It was on the cover of Military Vehicle Magazine August 2011 issue. Enjoy!
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    Beautiful Work !! Just nothing more then Fantastic !!

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    Very nice!




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    Beautiful job.
    1968 M35A2
    1971 M35A2
    1972 M35A2
    1965 M105A2
    1988 M105A2
    ???? M105A2
    ???? M105A2
    1982 MEP-002A
    ???? MEP-003A
    1988 M116A2
    ???? M101A2

    STOP YOUR FROWNING AND GRAB YOUR BROWNING

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    Not bad for a first post.

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    That is one we do not see!
    The five tons have dried up and are about gone, we have some deuce remains around, the military salvage yard is looking pretty empty these days!

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    Awesome job restoring that!

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    If you check the logbook Papa Bear was the first Hand Recipt Holder for that vehicle.
    And the Dark Man said to him, "I will set you high in my artillery. You are the man I want." Then he saw an army of ten thousand driving across the desert and into the mountains, a rough beast of an army whose time had come at last. And riding in a giant tanker, he saw himself, and knew that the truck was filled with Napalm. Behind him, in a long column, were trucks loaded with bombs, mines, plastic explosive, flame throwers, flares, heat seeking missiles, grenades, machine guns and rocket launchers. The dance of death was about to begin, and already the strings of the fiddles and guitars were smoking and the stench of brimstone and cordite filled the air.

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    Wowzers !!
    1986 M1008 NAVY, the "MACHINE THAT GOES PING" sailing away...SOLD
    1964 M101A2 SOLD
    1968 M101A2 SOLD
    1966 M416. SOLD
    1962 PIONEER TOOL TRAILER TRADED
    1984 M116A2 , MEPOO2A TRADED
    Bayleaf the dog. "WOOF"

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    wulfy33 you need to put your build photos in an album under your user CP. Fine job!
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