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    Not really 'found' German WWII half track bike

    I was in a stubble field looking for some coins when a guy from the village took the chance to chat a bit about whats in the fields...
    He drove over with a 1943 half track bike in very good condition....








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    Wood Butcher

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    Neat. How cool is that!
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    jacdec1968

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    That is nice. The first all terrain vehicle.

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    OMG did he let you take it for a spin? I'm so jealous.
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    Ah a Kettenkrad, those look like so much fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgivs View Post
    OMG did he let you take it for a spin? I'm so jealous.
    Unfortunately no. But it was cool to see such a vehicle in the wild and not in a museum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOLA_Ken View Post
    Ah a Kettenkrad, those look like so much fun!
    He definitive had....
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    That appears to be a working 1/2 track bike. How cool to have the guy drive up to you.
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    Awesome photos thank you for sharing!

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    Wow! how much money do you have to have before scooting around in one of those seems like a viable idea? really cool.
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    Saw one in Saving Private Ryan. Always wondered just what the the idea was behind them. Scout vehicle for rough terrain I imagine. Precursor to todays ATVs
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    Westfront, definitely a great find, now how to get it home. Thanks for sharing your story and photos - the half-track bike is now at the top of my bucket list. Good luck with your hunts. Walt
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    That is beyond cool! I never knew something like that existed.
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    My wife does all the driving, I just hold the steering wheel.

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    Nice!!!
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    Did he at least take you for a ride?

    Very cool - thanks for sharing the pictures.
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