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  1. CARNAC

    Correct antenna m1008

    Back in my days it was mounted in the bed in a rack that occupied 1/4 or more of the bed space.
  2. CARNAC

    Correct antenna m1008

    That era was the 12 series radios. The VRC 46 and VRC 47 were vastly more common than the other models in the CUCV although other 12 series models were used. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AN/VRC-12
  3. CARNAC

    Correct antenna m1008

    Is this the "radio connector" you have under the dash? If so, it isn't a radio connector. It's the STE-ICE test device connector. All CUCV's....as well as a lot of other mil vehicles....have them.
  4. CARNAC

    GMTK AND SGMTK where are they all?

    Still no GTMKs from me. I picked up a nearly complete and basically new Armstrong GMTK in a Pelican case and brought it over here. I got several additional empty Pelican cases back in the US just prior to coming here. All had some type of issue. One had a busted lid and I finally found...
  5. CARNAC

    Anyone Ever Ship Vehicles from Japan???

    Sure, why not, worth an asking. These M4K's and M1101s are NOS and coming out of a storage site.
  6. CARNAC

    Anyone Ever Ship Vehicles from Japan???

    Wondering what it would cost and difficulty to ship M4K forklift(s) AND/OR an M1101 trailer(s) AND/OR Unimog SEE? They don't sell via GovPlanet here. It's done a different, like everything here.....heck, they even drive on the wrong side of the road. The M4K's and M1101's are new. The...
  7. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    Unless it's a rebuilt A1 frame then on the passenger side. Check one of the old VIN INFO threads, it was better stated and there were photos.
  8. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    No, it should be listed under the M109A3. If I didn't pass that file over, then it must not have been pulled or it must have been accidentally deleted from my hard drive.
  9. CARNAC

    Wood soldiers? WWII Barracks ID

    We also have the emperors bunker from WWII. This is one of two entrances.
  10. CARNAC

    Wood soldiers? WWII Barracks ID

    Last pre-WWII/WWII building on Camp Zama......
  11. CARNAC

    Wood soldiers? WWII Barracks ID

    We have the last pre-WW2 building still standing (for now) at Camp Zama. It's slated for demo. We also have the Emperors bunker . I snap pictures when I get my chance to go in there....probably nothing in there anyway.
  12. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    I'll go back through my files just to make sure. I probably just failed to pull that data. I'm such a &$#*-up. That does it, you're fired.....I mean I'm fired....but I thought it's you're fired....but now "you" are "I"....but I said "You're fired".....no, you don't understand....wait is you I...
  13. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    Rounds out, rounds out, rounds out.
  14. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    NDT and Rick......PM me your email addresses.
  15. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    ?? Do I owe something. If so, I need someone to spell it out. I'm not tracking. BTW, I'm not off. Uber busy as usual. Seems like I always end up in a place with issues and then a challenge like a world pandemic occurs, or a hurricane, or a tornado, or ....... LOL
  16. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    https://www.steelsoldiers.com/threads/vin-threads-condensed-into-excel-files.192967/#post-2260082
  17. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    Hoods, doors, roofs, winches, wenches anything and everything was game. Only sure bet is to check the frame serial number.
  18. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    Sorry if I sent it to the wrong person. Not intentional. I'm burning the candle at both ends. In the old days that wasn't a problem but I'm 10 years older now.
  19. CARNAC

    CARNAC's Historical VIN INFO Thread

    412th Theater Engineer Command. 368th Engineer Battalion (New Hampshire, UIC: WS5FAA). Found this in open source so yep, that info is correct.
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