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IBG truck use

March 4 2011 at 5:55 AM
Mike Starmer  (Login Mikestarmer)
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Response to Re: IBG Australian CMP wireless truck colours.

As far as my resources indicate these vehicles were only used in Australia in this scheme then later in New Guinea where they were overall ASW'J' green. The AIF served mainly in Palestine, Syria and Trans-Jordan during 1940-41 with earlier 1939-40 type vehicles. The AIF were withdrawn from the M.E. after the attack on Pearl Harbour in early 1942 and these type of vehicles with the No.13 cab did not go into service until mid 1942. Please note that in regards to various No.13 cab/chassis range exactly the same colours and pattern were applied to all of the different body types. In 1943 a new three coloured scheme replaced this scheme.

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  1. Re: IBG truck use - Guillermo La Marca on Mar 4, 2011, 9:24 AM
  3. Mike, a couple of additions - it was the 2nd AIF and they also - Ley Reynolds on Mar 5, 2011, 6:06 AM

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