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Austria at Camo

Just outside of Vienna is the business called Camo. Guenter Ctortnik is the owner whom I have known for a long time. It was good to see him again, this time in his country.dscn1363

Around the first bend.

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Parts strewn about. He ran out of shelf space.

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NOS pedestal lights for the 1/2 track.

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A recently finished M4 HST. It was sold and waiting to be delivered.

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Camo has some older vehicles, but he really concentrates on newer material for sale now.

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Do you see it on the right?  A Weasel. Well part of one anyway. More a Fred Flintstone unit at present.

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Helmet liners anyone?  There were an awful lot of them in the barn.

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Hidden artillery front and center.

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Lots of rain and mud puddles are inviting. With what you ask?  Read on.

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Guenter could not resist the temptation of the mud. The Haglunds had to be taken for a spin.

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Do you see it?  Look hard, it has been swallowed up. What is left of it, is an original Lend Lease Russian jeep. The original Russian data plates are still with it. It was found buried long after the war.

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An original DUKW amphibious trailer. Another rare item.

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