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Side view of Foden recovery truck
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No: 8860   Contributor: Alf van Beem   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: Foden   Country: England
Side view of Foden recovery truck

Picture added on 22 April 2012 at 21:08
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War & Peace show 2010, Kent, England, United Kingdom
add commentComments:
Alf,
This is a great photo but it is a not a recovery vehicle it's an FH70 Tractor.
The full military title is;
Tractor, Wheeled, General Service, 155mm Howitzer (FH 70).
When new they were also fitted with small body behind the cab to carry the gun crew.
Keep up the good work taking photos.
All the best,
Steve (Staffordshire, England)

Added by Stephen Prosser on 29 July 2013.
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