M777 Artillery Walkaround

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M777 Artillery Walkaround

Postby Woody » Wed Jul 16, 2014 12:25 pm

Hi fellas,

Been meaning to get these photos up for ages. Noel's thread prompted me to pull my finger out..... :lol:

The following were taken at the 2014 Seymour Military Heritage Weekend.

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Howitzer packing up and hooked to Mack Gun Tractor....

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That's all folks! Hope they are useful.
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Re: M777 Artillery Walkaround

Postby Cyclops » Wed Jul 16, 2014 9:14 pm

Bloody ripper photos. Thanks for posting them.
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Re: M777 Artillery Walkaround

Postby Woody » Wed Jul 16, 2014 9:21 pm

Hi Ben,

My pleasure, and thanks :)
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Re: M777 Artillery Walkaround

Postby friedrich » Sat Nov 18, 2017 7:46 pm

Mack MC3 Artillery Tracor
I am manufacturer of trident miniatures in scale 1/87 and we made a lot of vehicles of the Australian Army like the M777, the ASLAV´s, M109 and some Perenties. Now I am working on the Mack RM6866RS Artillery Tractor. There some images with different ammo containers on the bed. I have the dimensions of the crew module but there is a module between this and the crane I do not have (I am sorry I don´t know how to post attachments in this forum and this one is not on one of the above pictures). Moreover I would need the one which is behind the crane.

Maybe someone can help me with measurements and more informations or knows the manufacturer of the modules where I could ask.

Many thanks in advance, Friedrich
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