Don't Panic the Germans are here...!

Tim.243

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I had 2 pieces of EN24T which needed a fair bit spun of them, it was bit much for my belt driven lathe so I called it to a firm and browed their lathe I posted about last week.

One of the lads said come and have a look in the other work shop when you are finished!!
The owner had brought a new exhaust silencer so the fixing brackets needed changing, 1500cc petrol with the steering from the handle bars working cables to the slew brakes, I spotted a little touch of 2 spare spark holders in the engine bay.

Not sure what it was called or even if it was German! lol




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Orion

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SdKfz 2 or Kettenkrad. Originally for the Fallshirmjaeger as it would fit inside a JU52 but also used elsewhere as a light gun tractor.

Should make an excellent deer recovery vehicle! :D

[video=youtube;nfjhvsLG-ck]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfjhvsLG-ck[/video]
 
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mchughcb

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No I'm a far ways from Packa. It's in very bad nick after 70 years though. Not sure if it's worth salvaging but you might be able to extract in the drier months.
 

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