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Old 30-06-11, 12:20
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Hi All

I am wondering if any of my fellow MLU's can assist me. I am looking to purchase, (at a fair and reasonable price), a WWII 37 Pattern Webbing Belt that still has the two buckles on the back. I require the belt to complete my 37 Pattern webbing set up for displays to go along with my resently restored 1942 MB Willys Jeep in Desert Livery.

If anyone has a spare belt they want to dispose of in a "Large" size it would be very much appreciated. I guess postage would be cheaper if I purchased it in Australia, but I am open minded should a good one pop up overseas. You can contact me with a photo if possible via my email address.

Cheers

Tony
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Hi all - this is what Tony is looking for. It is about seven foot long which is the length he needs.

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Old 03-07-11, 23:38
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saw one today on a car booit stall at the Chillingham Show...however before I could purcase same for the inflation busting price of 1.00GBP another slightly portly MVT man beat me to the draw...better luck next time!cheers malcolm
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Old 04-07-11, 02:42
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saw one today on a car booit stall at the Chillingham Show...however before I could purcase same for the inflation busting price of 1.00GBP another slightly portly MVT man beat me to the draw...better luck next time!cheers malcolm
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Thanks for the info regarding the belt, I appreciate you having a look on my behalf. My good mate Bob. Alias' Salesman Bob, donated a belt. It had no rear buckles, but I have had a set put on and can now displaymy 37 Pattern rig on display.

I will keep looking out for a Larger belt to fit my solid size, funny, but when I was in the Army in another life I had no problems with size. When Bob and I attend any military shows we do look a bit like Abbott and Costello or Lawrence and Hardy, I will leave it for others to work out who is who...

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Old 04-07-11, 06:21
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I recommend "What price Glory"
http://www.whatpriceglory.com/
I have always had fast service and the reproduction belts and straps are very good and come in large sizes.
I saw an original belt go for over 100.00 on ebay tonight by comparison.
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Old 04-07-11, 08:33
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I recommend "What price Glory"
http://www.whatpriceglory.com/
I have always had fast service and the reproduction belts and straps are very good and come in large sizes.
I saw an original belt go for over 100.00 on ebay tonight by comparison.
Harry

Thanks for the great site. I am impressed with all the gear they have at very reasonable prices and postage to Australia, They even had the right size, 37 Pattern Belt. Thanks again for your assistance.

Tony
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