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I've seen a couple of those (replicas) running around. It's one of the easier vehicles to replicate as it has a conventional drive train layout (motor & tranny up front-not rear mounted like in most armored cars) and is/was made from flat plates, no concave curves to replicate.I doubt I have anything in that detail. It was a fairly rare vehicle. Why that one?
You are amazing! Thank you so much!Got my first answer back from Sinsheim. No joy. BUT! They did give me a list of 11 places to try. So the ones with an email, will all get a mail soon. The ones in Germany, with just a phone number, will get a call. The places out side Germany, will get a letter. Lets just see what we can dig up!! The one place in Frog land, (France) will get a letter translated by my good frog friend Gilbert. This is better then a treasure hunt!
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