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M.35 Heer rework and camo "ambush pattern"

Article about: M.35 NS 66 reworked and overpainted in dark feldgrau, then later over-sprayed in ambush pattern. 1943 date liner band, 58 liner, seen some use.

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    Default M.35 Heer rework and camo "ambush pattern"

    M.35 NS 66 reworked and overpainted in dark feldgrau, then later over-sprayed in ambush pattern. 1943 date liner band, 58 liner, seen some use.
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    Default Re: M.35 Heer rework and camo "ambush pattern"

    Welcome to the forum, thanks for sharing!!!

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    That's a one-looker for sure, welcome to the forum!

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    Thanks guys. It really is one of those helmets that "talks". It saw alot of use after it was painted over the first time and alot more use after the camo paint was applied.

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    Looks Kool

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    Nice Patina on that lid I love the way all the paints wore off the top of the helmet you can shur tell it was set down lots .

    Regards Mark K

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    That type of wear, over a period of years, and patina, would be extremely hard to fake.

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    It is a nice lid Phil and you are right there I think it would be very hard to fake the wear and patina.

    Regards Mark K

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