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    Selbstfahrlafette auf Fahrgestell VOMAG 7 OR 660 mit 8,8 cm from Flak, 1. Abteilung/Flakregiment 42 (mot.S.) – Budapest, Spring 1945.

    Avatar photoAbwehrschlacht

    Beautiful work.

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    Avatar photoChris Pringle

    What a beast! Never heard of it before. Lovely job, and thanks for sharing!


    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games

    What the flakk is that?!?!?

    Is it an “improvised” mobile mount absed on a city bus as the post title implies?  I do not recall ever seeing pictures of one.  It’s both wacky and delightful!

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

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    Read all about it here;


    My model of this is still in its box.  After seeing what Piers did with his it’s likely to stay there!

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    Avatar photoJohn D Salt

    Stylish, in a stretch limo Flakwagen sort of way.

    All the best,


    Avatar photoEtranger

    Pimp my FlaKwagen!

    Absolutely stunning Piers. Very handy for shooting down the broad boulevards of Budapest.

    Avatar photoNot Connard Sage

    I hope they strengthened the chassis, the recoil’s likely to make it look like a banana 🙂

    Obvious contrarian and passive aggressive old prat, who is taken far too seriously by some and not seriously enough by others.

    Avatar photogrizzlymc

    It’s probably not much cop at FLAK, but as a shoot and scoot 88 bus, it’s not a bad option. Hate to try to get around a tight corner with a T34 bowling HE at me though.

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