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Julio Contreras Martínez said on November 28, 2018
Buenísimas las fotos ! .Como me gusta el spitfire sin bordes marginales y los Jeep.
Rob Pollock said on November 28, 2018
gracias mi amigo
neil foster said on November 28, 2018
What he said…
Love the Tommy in #2 ,fine brave lad not like them camp Nazi’s mincing about. #3 actually made me laugh out loud and I’m in the house alone I’m 52 and I have a collection of various tins and containers full of nuts, bolts , screws and rawl plugs….
This guy is crying out to be sculpted by Mitch’s Military Models or similar.
Pedro L. Rocha said on November 28, 2018
Is that a Bristol Bombay we see a bit blurred on the first photo? A rather rare sight…and that Spit was a very worn and patchy camouflage
Oh and washers millions of washers in every conceivable size except the one I need Gaaahhh
Robert Royes said on November 28, 2018
The two GI’s washing their clothes have got to be at a training camp?
Rob Pollock said on November 29, 2018
I think South Pacific base, but can’t recall which one. Photo came from album of SP theatre.
Stephen W Towle said on November 29, 2018
The Jeeps remind me of some peoples stashes…its a matter of scale.
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