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Sd Anh 56/57 ammo trailer

December 26 2002 at 4:28 PM

Dave Connolly  (Login cdave)
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from IP address 208.25.58.94

hey guys,

I am thinking about scratch-building an ammo trailer (such as Bob Oehler's MilMod article) for the Flak 36/37. I have a couple of photographs from various books, but these are just war shots and most are not that clear.

I would like to know if you can recommend a good photo (i.e., book or web site), or even provide someline drawings to the variouys renditions. i know that, for the most part, that this sonder anhager was built in the field. Hence, it has many derivations. Yet, I believe that this was done at more of the bigger workshops and hence, a more normal production run.

You help is greatly appriciated.

Dave

 
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gert brandl
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217.225.11.253

Successful with Sd.Ah. 56/57??

March 17 2005, 1:12 PM 

Hello Dave,

Was your hunting job successful meanwhile? I am also looking for line drawings on that trailer. All I found were approx. 5 wartime pictures b/w of poor quality.

Would it be possible to exchange our information?

Regards

Gert

 
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