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Cherished Vehicle Insurance

Cherished Vehicle Insurance
05 February '16
Cherished Vehicle Insurance understands the passion that military vehicle owners & collectors have for their vehicles, which is why for 2015 we have enhanced our products. Cherished Military Vehicle Insurance can provide cover to suit the needs of today’s ex-military vehicle enthusiast, with a range of benefits.
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Hungary

US 37mm Anti Tank Gun and German Pak36 Anti Tank Gun reproduction

US 37mm Anti Tank Gun and German Pak36 Anti Tank Gun reproduction
28 January '16
Same as original, made 100% metal very nice product for collectors.
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Belgium

WW2 Cannon

WW2 Cannon
20 January '16
Schneider105mm 1940-45. Collection for sale.

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Ground to Air Missile

Ground to Air Missile
19 January '16
Ex-Cold War British Ground-to-Air Missile ("Bloodhound"), aprox 21` long. Completely stripped out internally, externally restored. Splits into 3 sections. Comes with bespoke cradle. £3,500 (West Sussex).

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1943 25 pdr Field Gun

1943 25 pdr Field Gun
16 January '16
Restored in lovely condition,live on FAC. £11,500. Unrestored No27 limber also available.

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France

Original WW2 155mm Long Tom

Original  WW2 155mm Long Tom
08 January '16
Very rare and impressive piece of history, deactivated main gun, weight 14 tons, towed by High Speed tractor or 7 ton truck, Price on application, this historic artillery is properly deactivated. Also available one each deactivated heavy howitzer 203mm version, WW2 manufactured, probably the only one's available in this good original condition.

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Exceptionally Rare .577/450 BIRA Hand-Cranked ”Machine Gun“

Exceptionally Rare .577/450 BIRA Hand-Cranked ”Machine Gun“
05 January '16
Invented at the end of the 19th century by General Gehendra Jang Bahadur Rana of the Nepalese Army. Its design was loosely based on the American Gardner action with twin barrels but with a 120-shot top mounted drum magazine. At the end of the 19th century the British were supplying the Nepalese with thousands of single shot .577/450 Martini Henry rifles, but the Nepalese wanted even more firepower thus the BIRA hand-cranked gun was invented. It was the end of an era which started way back in 1718 with the Puckle Revolving Gun, continued through the 19th century with the Gatling Gun (1861), Nordenfeldt Gun (1873) and Gardner Gun (1879) finally stopping in 1897 with the BIRA Gun. It was already outdated technology as the Maxim Machine Gun, the first true machine gun, was in its infancy. This is why it is estimated that less than 50 BIRA Guns were ever produced. Each one is a hand-crafted “work of art”, stored for more than 100 years without use. An Antique Obsolete Calibre - £24000.

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German 88mm Flak in Brass, plus British and US shell cases

German 88mm Flak in Brass, plus British and US shell cases
30 November '15
I am thinning out my collection of shell cases all found in Normandy.
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