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No.1 ACC

September 12 2009 at 8:53 PM
Aidrian Bridgeman-Sutton  (Login Mad_Dan_Eccles)
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Response to Not totally correct.

At least I believe that the car in the "Rommel" photo is from that unit -  No. 2 had Fordsons.

However we still have a problem with the kit wheels as these Caunter finished cars seem to have split rims and single rear wheels in place of the discs and dual wheels of the original 1920 design.

I can't be sure when the RAF AC companies began using these wheels, but photos of 11th Hussars RRs taken in England before 1934 show their 1920 pattern cars had split rims. All the Middle East photos from this regiment show the split rims  which seem to be common with the 1924 pattern cars, but the RAF cars seem to have kept the disc a bit longer


 
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  1. Wheel issue - Erik Ahlström on Sep 13, 2009, 3:40 AM
    1. Home service too - Aidrian Bridgeman-Sutton on Sep 14, 2009, 7:24 PM
     


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