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Hi all!

Im doing now a database with ww1 stuff. But i have a lot of problems to know trucks. Thats why i place this topic to ask you if you can help me with trucks, cars and busses. 

 

Bus 1: Solved by Rob: LGOC B type Bus

 

Ambulance 1: Nealy Solved by Rob and Runflat, need now the types: nearest to camera is a Daimler, furthest is I think a Vauxhall (Runflat think an De Dion Bouton) 

 

Car 1: Runflat thinks this is possibly a Horch

 

Car 2: Runflat say: Delaunay Belleville

 

Truck 1:

 

Truck 2: Runflat: Jeffery Quad but more change its a Nash Quad???

 

Truck 3: Runflat say: De Dion Boutons.Any idea about the model???

 

Truck 4:

 

Ambulance 2: Runflat thinks this is an Renault???

 

Truck 5: Runflat say: Latil. Any idea for type???

 

Truck 6:

 

Ambulance 3:

 

Ambulance 4:

Manufactor know, but type???

 

Truck 7: Runflat say: possible a Packard

 

 

Ambulance 5:

 

Ambulance 6: Solved by Rob: Ford model T

Ford is know, but type???

 

Ambulance 7: Runflat say: Vauxhall. Any type???

 

Ambulance 8: Solved by Rob: Ford model T

 

Chapel Truck 1: Runflat: is a Renault: http://landships.activeboard.com/t28335957/mobile-church/?page=last#lastPostAnchor . Any idea about the model?

 

Ambulance 9:

 

Truck 8: Solved by Kapitan: RBVZ T40-65 with 76,2-mm AA Lender gun

 

 Truck 9: Runflat: possibly another Daimler (as for ambulance 1). Any model?

 

i hope you can help me now, more later! Please if you recornize one, say wich one (Ambulance 1, Truck 4, Etc...).

 

Thanks all!

 



-- Edited by Sniper Snoop on Sunday 24th of February 2013 05:12:29 PM

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Bus 1 - LGOC B type Bus

Ambulance 1 - nearest to camera is a Daimler, furthest is I think a Vauxhall.

Ambulance 6 - Ford model T

Ambulance 8 - Ford model T

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Thanks, any type of those Ambulances on pictures Amb 1?

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Truck 8

RBVZ T40-65 with 76,2-mm AA Lender gun
http://cris9.narod.ru/srk_3dmrbvz.htm

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Great thanks! I know here i was welcome for those questions!

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Some suggestions:

Ambulance 1 - Daimler and De Dion Bouton
Car 1 - possibly a Horch
Car 2 - Delaunay Belleville
Truck 1 - any chance of a better close-up?
Truck 2 - Jeffery Quad
Ambulance 2 - possibly a Renault
Truck 5 - Latil
Ambulance 4 - Decauville (obviously!)
Ambulance 7 - Vauxhall
Chapel Truck 1 - Renault - see here: http://landships.activeboard.com/t28335957/mobile-church/
Truck 9 - possibly another Daimler (as for ambulance 1)



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Looking again,
Truck 2 could be a Nash Quad, rather than a Jeffery Quad
Truck(s) 3 could also be De Dion Boutons
Truck 7 possibly a Packard


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No, its not possible to have bether quality on this moment.

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Truck 6 is not a truck, but a trailer - towed by a Latil. Similar trailers were used as tank transporters for Schneider tanks, but not sure if those were the same as this one.

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kapitan wrote:

Truck 8

RBVZ T40-65 with 76,2-mm AA Lender gun
http://cris9.narod.ru/srk_3dmrbvz.htm


 This is armoured Russo-Baltique T 40/65 HP (Project Lender/Tarnovski) of 1st Batterie of capitan Tarnovski and no armour of 2nd baterie and Emperor-rezidenc.

 

Top picture Russo-Baltique T 40/65 HP wothout armour of 2nd Baterie captured by Germans 1917.

RBVZ build 1913-1914 total 20 trucks T 40/65 (5 t) + one artellerie tractor -  all for Russian War-Ministerium. 12 trucks 1914 rebuilt by Poutiloff-Work as antiaircraft-motor-guns. Three baterie: 1st (armoured) 2nd (no armour) and Emperor-rezidenc (later 7 Baterie, no armour).

 

Here is 2nd baterie.



-- Edited by Ivan on Tuesday 26th of February 2013 03:30:21 PM



-- Edited by Ivan on Tuesday 26th of February 2013 03:33:30 PM

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I don't think Truck 6 is a La Buire. The rear wheels are much bigger than the front. Can't make out what it's carrying - some sort of gun carriage?



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Truck 5 appears to be a Latil TAR with the second type of coachwork, (late 1915), differing from its companion in detail. Truck 6 looks like the Saint-Chamond m.1916 carriage of the Canon de 240mm m.1884. Illustated articles on each appear in GBM issues 77 and 88 respectively.

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Hello,

Regarding Softskins of WW1 a very interesting website: http://camion.a.bandages.free.fr/

Sheers,

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Daimler Marienfelde

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Thank you!

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Mmmm. I'm not convinced this latest picture is a Daimler. It's a bit hard to tell but it seems to have Bussing characteristics - particularly the horizontal line halfway down the bonnet side pannel.

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Runflat wrote:

Mmmm. I'm not convinced this latest picture is a Daimler. It's a bit hard to tell but it seems to have Bussing characteristics - particularly the horizontal line halfway down the bonnet side pannel.


 So it is! I think also - Buessing. All heavy Daimlers have "Ritzel" drive!



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Wow nice picture! New vehicle

http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4152/4985932440_a6d6bf838c_o.jpg



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Automobile & armoured cars of WW1 on a great Russian furum - 100 sites:

http://rcforum.ru/showthread.php?t=2177



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1) Horch by Germans.

3) Indian motorcyvle by Russians.



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Horch B 10/30 PS?



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Sniper Snoop wrote:

Horch B 10/30 PS?


 Yes (95%). Tire left is Russian "Treugolnik".



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New vehicles

Grtz

 

 



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I have here a new automobile. Those are Americans but the aircraft is British. Is it possible this is also British? 



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If you look at the radiator, I think you'll see the letter "d" as in "Ford".  And the aircraft are probably American Jennys, perhaps Mexicans in 1916.

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It can also be a Packard.

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Or an Oakland. Those were used in Mexico.

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Truck 5 is possibly a Renault EP 4x4 , not a Latil TAR, due to its shorter wheelbase.Gemsco

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EP? Do you mean EG? If so, they are easily distinguished from Latil by having large wheel hubs - they are absent in the picture above,

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Truck 3 - no "De Dion" - it's "Packard" (the same form of radiator) with typical american canvas.

Last car no "Ford", no "Packard", no "Overland", maybe "Oacklald". 



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Thank you Ivan - I agree that No.3 is a Packard. I should have known that!

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100% dure Oakland. Watch the sign. I will try to find out wich model. New truck here! 

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Please check the first post for all the pictures!

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Sniper, the last picture is a Leyland with an early style cab.

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Is there any model know about this Leyland?

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Truck 10:





Truck 11:



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The large rear hub is the give-away for truck 10 - it is a Riker / Locomobile.

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Thank you!

Next truck. 7.7 cm Feldkanone 16 on a .....?



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