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Recently bought a model of the Jeffery Quad Ammo Carrier; anyone have any clear picture showing the markings? I know it was in use with different nations and I'll go for any nationality, as long as the markings are clear...

thanks,
Michel.

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Last year, there was an anniversary celebration of the U.S. Armys' Cross-Country Motor Transport Train of 1919 (explained here).  There were quite a few vehicles, but very few from WWI.  I have a few pictures of a Nash Quad that is fully restored, however it doesn't have ANY markings other than the factory markings.  I also have a short video clip of it being started and running.  If you are interested in these photos (they are large), let me know.  I would be happy to send them to you.  Or anyone interested in them.  I don't know how to post pictures here, but I am going to try one.  And I'm not a great photographer, so don't poke too much fun.

-- Edited by fomocomav on Wednesday 14th of July 2010 10:53:43 AM

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Nothing wrong with your image - I'd like to expand the short article on the Jeffery on landships.info with your images. I'll PM my e-mail address.

Regards,

Charlie


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Sure, I'll be glad to help.  I'd like photo credits, if any are published.  Otherwise, they are free to use.

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I've loaded fomocomav's Nash Quad images onto Landships II - look for the softskin article on the Jeffrey Quad (Nash bought out Jeffrey in 1916).

Regards,

Charlie



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Here are two war-time pics of the Nash Quad.  The first photo is the only one I've seen with the tilt attached.   You will note the sparsity of markings on either vehicle.

-- Edited by 28juni14 on Monday 19th of July 2010 06:40:39 PM

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Great pictures there. I wouldnt like to have been driving a Quad when it had a head on colision.

Although the Quad was used by several nations i believe that only the US Army used the ammunition carrier body.

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