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Loyd Carrier

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Robert Blokker shares with us a large number of images of the Loyd Carrier. This walk around from Robert Blokker is coming at an ideal time with the release of a Loyd Carrier announced by Bronco Models.
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About the Author

About Robert Blokker (FAUST)
FROM: NOORD-HOLLAND, NETHERLANDS

Started modelling when I was about 7 or 8 years old had a little break in between (school, girls partying) and eventually returned when finding this site in 2002. Main interest WW2 German army, wheeled vehicles and radio and communication troops or every other thing that manages to catch my interest...


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Many thanks Robert, a timely addition. Al
MAY 07, 2014 - 04:24 PM
Great pictures, many thanks Robert. cheers David
MAY 07, 2014 - 07:07 PM
Just one thing missing, the carrier had a sheet steel cover on the underside. These rusted out very quickly on vehicles stored outside in the elements, so are missing on many restored examples.....the one at the Cobbaton Museum in North Devon has the cover.......I can send photos if you want to email me.
MAY 07, 2014 - 11:25 PM
@ Darren Thanks again for the lightning fast service in putting this walkaround online. @ Alan and David Thanks for the compliments. I hope they will be useful for future Lloyd Carrier builders. @ George Thanks for the additional info. To be honest my knowledge of allied vehicles is so minimal that if parts of this vehicle were purple I would have assumed it was a standard thing. My main interest is in German WW2 but if I come across an interesting vehicle I will photograph it so it is of use to somebody some day.
MAY 08, 2014 - 09:31 AM