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Aron Callewaert

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  1. nice that you are taking the time for the list,
    I have a late war M29C of 1945
    the ord and serial number is 10159
    Hull number is M29C-7155
    and on the engine I have 2 plates, 94322-3A and X112

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  2. There are 2 problems, it would be to pricey to ship over the pond and in a better condition without the skirts cut it could get to arround 6k. Put up all the pictures of the pieces you have and someone might give a reasonable price for it. The way I see it atm is 2 rotten tanks (that are fixable) 2 skirts you could trash and nothing of extra needed bits and bobs.

  3. So the Hull number i have is M29C 7155 and the dataplate ord number and serial number is 10159. The papers i have to get it on the road indicate the Hull number, so it might be that the data plate Comes from somewhere else. I have bought it this way

  4. So I've bought this little ww2 trailer today, if anyone got info on it, it would be helpfull. Some thing it is for artillery schells, or for an Airborne container. If someone has the dimensions of the brittish CLE canister that would be appriciated. 

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  5. The picture uses bolt on rubber tabs, so one would have to clean the track first and then drill and bolt on these first, in May or June I will go to a track manufacterer An der what hé thinks Wold be the best sollution

  6. When you have a M29C weasel you ultimatly want the float tanks, I wouldn't try to swim it but you want to get the full kit. I think of maling mine into the signal corps variant of the weasel.

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  7. In a couple of months I have an appointment at a track manufacterer who is willing to help search for a sollution for the rubber pads. In the mean time anyone who has an Idea/sollution for this problem feel free to comment below.

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