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4.7cm PaK (t) auf Pzkpfw I Ausf B at Aberdeen
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 6:14 pm
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At Aberdeen circa 1978. Are you sure it didn't just sink all the way into the ground? Better check that spot with a metal detector. Laughing

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Its amazing how the 70's had that strange reddish tint.

Most of my old photos from the late 70's look the same way.

I just don't remember it being so red.....LOL.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2012 9:11 am
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- Dontos
Its amazing how the 70's had that strange reddish tint.


Depending on the kind of film you got red, green or blue cast. Red is the most common.

Massimo
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Hello,

Today there was an "open day" in Trier, Germany.
There I saw the Panzer, it has no engine or gearbox.

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I was there today too. Although the engine isn't there, I thought the gearbox was.....

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[quote="zundappuk"]I was there today too. Although the engine isn't there, I thought the gearbox was.....

Yes Zundappuk you are right!

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- WimD.
Hello,

Today there was an "open day" in Trier, Germany.
There I saw the Panzer, it has no engine or gearbox.

Regards,
Wim.


Hello Wim,

would it be possible to get pictures of the other vehicles that you have seen there, please?

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A friend of mine took these yesterday
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