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Duncan Rolls built replica of a Rare World War II jeep, Bantam jeep prototype

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  1. PzJgr

    PzJgr Drill Instructor

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    "Duncan Rolls was direct when years ago he met a girl named Kim, warning her: "I like jeeps. I really like jeeps." She fixed him with a stare and told him she had a classic M38A1 military jeep. "She was crazy, too," Duncan said. Good thing because Duncan spent 4 years building a replica of the Bantam jeep prototype - the grandfather of the classic military vehicle. Now the one-of-a-kind jeep will be on display - among the tanks, trucks, jeeps, amphibious vehicles and other vintage military vehicles - during the Military Vehicle Preservation Association's annual convention at the Kansas Expocentre."

    Rare World War II jeep replicated | CJOnline.com
     
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    I'm from Australia, and I'm hoping someone on this forum can put me in touch with Duncan Rolls? I've found an old car of his that he built in the early 1980's that I think he'd like to know about.

    many thanks, Phil Stelling
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    Many thanks, I’ve made contact with Duncan thanks to your help
     
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    Give ya a BZ for that.
     

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