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FABEOL Twincoach US ARMY EUROPE

Posted By SPIELNV43 Saturday, November 14, 2020 5:35 AM
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Those were interesting vehicles, they were buses that could be quickly converted to medical evacuation vehicles. Sorry I don't have any pictures of them, but here is some information you may find useful:

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Hello

First of all, sorry but I don't speak your language, alas !!!

I knew you well, American friends, when you were in Lorraine,

I was (we) were young and admired all these beautiful Americans, we who did not have pretty cars yet

And then also these big khaki "trucks" which crisscrossed our roads

And since I became interested in trucks, little by little, European trucks have modernized over the years

I send a little message because model maker at the same time I make a US ARMY FAGEOL Twin Coach that I saw every day while going to school, this at 1 / 43rd scale in "Evergreen"

I didn't find a lot of pictures, if any of the members had any it would help a lot

Hello from France

Bernard

 

"Jist doing wot cums naturally" Sum may say "The early bird gets the worm!"

But we all know the 2nd mouse gets the cheese

Ifn U're truck comes with two sticks, U might as well just row a boat

 

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Bonjour

Tout d'abord, désolé mais je ne parle pas votre langue, hélas !!!

Je vous connaissais bien, amis américains, quand vous étiez en Lorraine,

J'étais (nous) étions jeunes et admirais toutes ces belles Américaines, nous qui n'avions pas encore de jolies voitures

Et puis aussi ces gros "camions" kaki qui sillonnaient nos routes

Et depuis que je me suis intéressé aux camions, petit à petit, les camions européens se sont modernisés au fil des ans

J'envoie un petit message car modéliste en même temps je fabrique un FAGEOL Twin Coach de l'US ARMY que j'ai vu tous les jours en allant à l'école, ceci à l'échelle 1 / 43ème dans "Evergreen"

Je n'ai pas trouvé beaucoup de photos, si l'un des membres en avait, cela m'aiderait beaucoup

Bonjour de France

Bernard
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