Discussion in 'Military Vehicle Restoration' started by halftrackman, Jan 21, 2019.
hope to start on m4 when weather warms up.
So nice that you can acquire and restore these vehicles. I am sure it will look nice.
I love these and yet I've never actually seen one......
They are so typical of the Battle of the Bulge - and I do have a copy of Hitler's Crawlin' Coffin.......
You not seen one at Beltring, Martin?
Certainly been one or two present on years I think we've both been there. Big old site, though. One of the few places you could lose an HST.
Splendid things at full chat.
Couple of snaps from 2009:
Allis M4. Similar to what Halftrackman is looking at:
Hope you're gonna honour us with some restoration pictures when you get cracking, Halftrackman!
I thanks everyone for the replys, I got three of these, hope to make one nice m4 out of the three. This will be a lot of work, but its fun fun for me. Hope to send pictures when I start. I am also on the HMVF forum in England, they sure build and own nice tanks and m4 hst. I still have problem post picture on here,
Sigh ! Nope - must just be one of those (many) things I've missed. I'll have to make a special effort this year.....
Yes indeed, do please keep us updated, halftrackman. That's a terrific restoration to be involved with.
Well good morning americam good to be alive and happy.
Well I got a little work done on the M4A1 high speed tractor
Looking really great! Thanks for posting.
Thanks, Alan,von poop and half Track, Less all have a beer funfun
It must be nice to have the skill and determination to do something like this. I'm envious of this kind of restoration. It's saving a bit of WW2 for future generations.
Thanks Lou, I really enjoy working on the ww2 vehicles, well I like working on show car too, I got a 70 dodge challenger 440. Your dad was in ww2, they were my hero,s, My dad was a cop in Oak ridge Tn. during ww2