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Old 18-07-14, 15:59
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Default Australian Ford Blitz development carrier.

Very rare crossover Ford developed utility carrier, not often seen these days.

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Old 18-07-14, 21:45
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Default Nice construction

Haha, and they also reversed the drive direction, very clever. Did they delete the ratchet strap on production models I wonder?
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nice one kev.
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Haha, and they also reversed the drive direction, very clever. Did they delete the ratchet strap on production models I wonder?
Hi, No that ratchet strap was a later addition, but we were first on the scene when this carrier arrived and got first picking on some secret carrier gems from Nigel, sssshhhhh don't tell the other carrier guys!!.
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3" Mortar Universal Carrier 1943 registered 06/06/2009.
1941 Standard Mk1 stowage Carrier, Caunter camo.
1941 Standard Mk1 stowage Carrier, light stone.
10 cwt wartime mortar trailer.
1943 Mk2 Daimler Dingo.
1943 Willys MB.
1936 Vickers MG carrier No1 Mk1 CMM 985.
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