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Colonel

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I've been gone with life getting in the way.  I've been wanting to build my American Field Service ambulance, and I assume the kit and colors are accurate, especially since I assume the early ambulances came in different designs to start out with.  But I wanted to put at least a driver and maybe some litters in, and there is the American driver and officer set, but I don't know who else is available who can crew the ambulance.



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Note attached:    https://www.track-link.com/gallery/11304



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Thanks for the link!

 

But I looked up the Resicast site and note that there are several WW1 figures and note that there are none that match what you used.  Would one of the other figures be proper?



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This diorama is a creation of a friend; only the FK96 n/A is mine.  Model Cellar (in the USA) furnished a Holt Tractor driver (to be a new release ) and my friend suitably converted it for his ambulance.



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28juni14 wrote:

This diorama is a creation of a friend; only the FK96 n/A is mine.  Model Cellar (in the USA) furnished a Holt Tractor driver (to be a new release ) and my friend suitably converted it for his ambulance.


 Thanks again.  But I noticed that the Osprey books never mentioned the ambulance drivers as being uniformed like that.  Which is ironic because I thought Ernest Hemingway was an ambulance driver himself during the war.



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The diorama features a military ambulance; driven by a soldier.   Hemingway was a civilian volunteer and drove on the Italian front as I recall.



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vk.com/yellowhouseclub I think this web-site may have something suitable, I have no connection to them
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