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Anyone know how, or where, to get plans for a tank motor?
I would like one of the Praga EPA 6-cylinder found in the Panzer 38t and
Hetzer. I would also take any Diesel motor plans that were used in
any WW II tank. I know it is a strange request, but any one got any
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- Location: Atlanta, GA, United States
I would try contacting David Fletcher, the librarian at the Bovington Tank museum in England.
You can also try the library at the Patton Museum in Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Both of these places have a very comprehensive collection of documents, books and original technical drawings relating to armor.
Hope that helps,
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This may help a little, praga EPA AC 2800
Dave - Armorpax
Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity!
Hi! nice to see u all!This is my first post and i like to warn u english is not my native language.
The T-34 engine and lots of other stuff about t-34.good site for modeler.
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