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    Ruins found in forest in Norway

    A colleague of mine sent me these photos. He found these ruins of a vehicle (?) in a forest near Tromsø, Norway. He was told by some local people that thing was used during WW2 by the Germans, but they did not know what it was.

    The total lengt of the thing is 3,5 meters and the width is 1,7 meters.

    Can anyone identify this object/vehicle?

    Thanks in advance and sorry for my bad english.
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    #2
    Hello,

    like my opinion, its a schwerer Heeresfeldwagen Hf7

    http://www.kfzderwehrmacht.de/Homepa...feldwagen.html

    best regards
    Henning

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      #3
      Hi!

      Thank you for your reply. I have now compared photos that I found online of the Heeresfeldwagen Hf7 with the photos that my colleague sent me, and I think that you certainly are correct!

      Thank you very much for your help

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        #4
        There's a guy down in Skibotn that has a complete one in good condition
        Collecting German award documents, other paperwork and photos relating to Norway and Finland.

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          #5
          Hi Simon,
          is it possible that you post a picture of this Hf 7 ?

          best regards
          Henning

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            #6
            That is really interesting Simon! I will give my colleague a tip about that.

            The photos that I posted was taken near Fagernes krysset in Ramfjord utside Tromsø.

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              #7
              Stahlfeldwagen Hf 7

              From 2008 to 2018 I searched the necessary parts for the Hf 7 all over Europe. Then he was assembled with the old craft technique like round headed rivets.

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                #8
                Photos please

                Regards
                Sonnenwende

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                  #9
                  See the picture befor and after the work:
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                    #10
                    Wonderful work! congratulations

                    Best Regards Palstek

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                      #11
                      The other side.
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                        #12
                        Incredible! Wonderful that such historic artefacts even in a very poor state are saved for the future. Amazing craftmanship.

                        Regards
                        Sonnenwende

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