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Patches both jeeps in the photo above with trailers were made by Germans at the end of the war......from scratch. The larger of the two has steerable front wheels. They are signed and addressed on the bottom by the makers.

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Kat that is a 1/6 scale in photo #1 but I don't remember who made it. I did however take it apart and re-paint it. Added some things so it would replicate my real jeep. I also made the windshield cover.

Ronnie

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Reminds me of a collection of mine :)

 

 

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-Todd

Currently looking for WWI items, specifically photos of the 116th infantry regiment, and any material related to the USS Olympia.

Always on the lookout for any rations, miscellaneous personal items, pack filler, care package stuffers, knit Red Cross material, and oddball equipment to supplement the Doughboy display.
Have some extras? I help friends fill out their living history kit, and could always use more loaner gear!

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Hey Todd did you notice my Sherman mixed into that jeep collection? It's a porcelain Jim Beam Whiskey Decanter.

You have a very nice tank collection. Don't give me anymore ideas.

Ronnie

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Patches both jeeps in the photo above with trailers were made by Germans at the end of the war......from scratch. The larger of the two has steerable front wheels. They are signed and addressed on the bottom by the makers.

 

Great thread! Who made them over here, please?

 

Lars

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I'll get that info for you Lars. And Patches I agree about the little wind up jeep. I did a video of it in action but can't get it to post.

Ronnie

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I'll get that info for you Lars. And Patches I agree about the little wind up jeep. I did a video of it in action but can't get it to post.

Ronnie

I think you'll have to post it on You Tube???

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Kat that is a 1/6 scale in photo #1 but I don't remember who made it. I did however take it apart and re-paint it. Added some things so it would replicate my real jeep. I also made the windshield cover.

Ronnie

 

That was made by Formative International, Soldiers of the World series.

 

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Ray I guess so. I really don't know. I purchased it for the sole purpose of making a duplicate of my real jeep.

Thanks for the info.

Ronnie

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Kat I don't know how many there are. I'm constantly adding more. In fact I added another yesterday. Thank you for your kind remarks.

Btw was it you that asked what scale they were? Well those that I painted are 1:18 scale.

Thanks.

Ronnie

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Although my photographic skills are seriously lacking here is a photo of an old toy jeep that is new in the box and is a promotional toy for the TV series "Mash." I have never seen another.

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