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To all comrades:


Wanted plans -3 view- dimensional data or useful pics from Daimler M17 ARTILLERIEZUGWAGEN


Thank you in advance,


EDUARDO MAMORETTIuDAustrAustro-Daimler Artilleriezugwagen M.17 o-Daimler Artillerdaimelr iezugwagen M.17 stro-Daimler Artilleriezugwagen M.17



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Eduardo


  Hello, I will look some stuff up for you, I have a good collection of German, Italian and Austrian Artillerie zug photos, and drawings, Give me a few days to go through my files.


All the Best


Tim R



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Tim!


Thank you very much,take it easy I am finishing mi russian locomotive so


I am in the "picking-up- info -stage" for the VZ 17 project


all the best,


Eduardo



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Hello Eduardo


I have attached a few drawings of the Austro-Daimler Zug, I will keep looking for more information for you, It may take a few days.


These drawings are from the awesome book by Walter J. Spielberger; KRAFTFAHRZEUGE UND PANZER DES OSTERREISHISCHEN HEERES 1896 BIS HEUTE.


If you are into Austro-Hungarian vehicles, tractors, Armoured Cars, Tanks etc, you need this book.


All the Best


Tim R



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Dear Tim! Nice and useful images, I am grateful to you!!


All the best, EDUARDO



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I will post more photo’s in a few days as promised, I can send you better copies of the one already posted, if you wish.


All the Best


Tim R


 



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Hi again, in fact the images you attached are excellent, no need to resent the originals...needles to say from a scratchbuilder to other, are really a efficient bassis building, may be the general dimensions are the detail necessary to start working as soon my current project is finished...


Besides, I posted a suggestion for the rivets question you SUBMITTED SOME TIME AGO, hope it would be useful.


All the best, EDUARDO


 



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Eduardo


  Here are a few more photos, and a side drawing.


If you need in the future information on the Following Austrian Zugs, let me no.


Fischer & Cie Zug 1898


Bock & Hollander


Graf & Stift


Laurin & Klement


M 08 Zugwagen


Lowe


M 9 Zug


M 12 Zug


Praga Zug Type 1


M12/16


M 15


RAAB


I also have information and drawings of the Tracked M12/16


All the Best


Tim R



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dear Tim! You have provided me with higly valuable material, so I could say I have no problems for starting as well as my current project is finished. I greatly appreciate your colaboration, besides I would like you to congratulate you on your models I have seen on the gallery. Indeed we both seem to share the same taste for "uncommon" military machines! The Railway GUN shocked me...Is this a scratch?


Again, thank you, EDUARDO



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Hello Eduardo


   Thank you, and yes it is scratch, all the models you see in my gallery is scratch, It took me about 6 months to build the rail gun, I have also started the paris gun in 1/32 scale, I have only got the base finished, and I have started on the main body. I figure it will take about 6 to 8 more months.Any way take care, if you need any thing futher let me no.


All the Best


Tim R



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Tim, the PARIS GUN!!!


 Needless to say, you are a brave modeller, and you can...


any assistance, I will be glad.


Eduardo



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Hello Tim and Eduardo

Im very interestet in your discussion about M 17. One question to one of Tims attachments (AD2.JPG):
Where did you find this plan? It differs in some details (i.e. chassis frame) from the original factory sketch, but it seems to catch the original shape of the vehicle much better.

P.S. It may be of interest for you, that there is an profile available of that tractor at
http://www.doppeladler.com/themodeller/literatur/index.htm

Greetings
Peter


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