Has anybody dealt with these guys at all?
Markham, Ontario Canada
ex-Ford 15 CWT CMP
have crewed M4A3E8 Sherman (sober and drunk)
have lived in M37 Radio Truck (mostly drunk)
have drowned M38 in river (totally sober)
have dug Universal Carrier out of 20 yrs imprisonment in muddy field
(should have been drunk)
have crossed two miles of Lake Ontario's worst weather in DUKW (now THAT
was a story..)
have eaten lunch on Tiger II in La Gleize, Belgium (ghosts in the
...and currently have pathological desire to acquire WWII light armour
(point of no return)
Jess Minton wrote:
> I realize it is a ways off but Wallace W. Wade <mvpa#8395> in Dallas,
> USA. probably has the "tyres" you are looking for.
> his address is:
> 530 Regal Row
> Dallas, Texas 75247
> phone (214) 688-0091
> fax (214) 634-8465
> Good luck,
> Jess Minton
> Arlington, TX.
> At 12:12 PM 6/18/97 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hi List,
> >Does anyone know whether directional (ie., chevron pattern) tyres in
> >military sizes (9.00x16, 7.50x20, 10.50x20, etc) are still made
> anywhere in
> >the world.
> >A friend of mine got some new directional 10.50x16" tyres from Dick
> Cepek many
> >years ago but they were probably the last in captivity. The
> occasional NOS WW2
> >tyre turns up but the rubber is usually too hard after all these
> years for
> >serious road use.
> >David Robinson. Brisbane. Australia.
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