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British NMKIV (Turtle) with USA ERDL cover

Article about: I picked this up yesterday, a 1953 UK MKIV with a 1970/80's USA ERDL camo cover. It can be seen that both have been together for quite some time from the rust staining around the inside edge

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    Default British NMKIV (Turtle) with USA ERDL cover

    I picked this up yesterday, a 1953 UK MKIV with a 1970/80's USA ERDL camo cover. It can be seen that both have been together for quite some time from the rust staining around the inside edge of the cover. I know some USA camo covers were used on the Falklands by the Paras but not seen any used on a turtle before.

    An odd one IMO.
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    British NMKIV (Turtle) with USA ERDL cover   British NMKIV (Turtle) with USA ERDL cover  

    British NMKIV (Turtle) with USA ERDL cover  
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    my four Turtles
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    What a find Jerry i like very much and What a Superb Grouping of Turtles
    Regards James

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    Thanks James
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Got to admit thats Helmet porn to me :P I'm back buying now after flogging all but 5 of my helmets...

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