Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by Dave55, Sep 29, 2017.
Found the clip. Wiki says 4000 were supplied to the Wehrmacht.
2 & 5 ton models available.
Also the very similar AHR (& AHS)
Wonder how reliable they were, given the source.
KFz's pages, with the usual nice shots:
Renault AHS 1
Engines of the Wehrmacht in WW2 - AHN
Engines of the Wehrmacht in WW2 - AHS
By coincidence this showed up on my Facebook page tonight.
1/35German 3.5ton Truck AHN w/3.7cm Flak 37 AA Gun
Come to think of it, Big Brother probably noticed I was previously looking at AHx links. Still a nice looking model though.
God, I was expecting before clicking to see the 3.7 mounted on the bed. Imagining what that might do to all that spindly tin.
Wonder how robust they were. I like the way they look but there's definitely something delicate about them.
Hey, this is good.
Renault AHx (AHS AHN AHR)
I seem to recall the site for its cracking page on the SWS, but he appears to also be AHN/AHS central.
Lots of AHS wrecks on the 'survivors' pages, but doesn't look like all that many runners. AHN seems better represented in preservation.
Anything with the old cast spoke wheels with split rims (aka Dayton wheels) can't be all bad.
Much truckier looking than the pressed steel ones on most of the US and UK trucks.
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