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Doctor Beaver
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Doctor Beaver's litter

Mon Mar 28, 2011 20:46

Hello,
I hope they want use it for me with securing straps :lol:
A detailed ordinary litter :D
Dr Jack Beaver :lol:
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Bob M

Re: Doctor Beaver's litter

Mon Mar 28, 2011 20:55

Wow amazing condition. Are those litters easy to find in Belgium? Maybe I should start a search there heheehe 8)

Bob

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Doctor Beaver
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Re: Doctor Beaver's litter

Tue Mar 29, 2011 07:38

Dear Bob,
Actually I live in Beaver City :lol: ,and never saw a lot of clean examples,but it's not difficult to find,the bad thing about this one is the medic logo being fold maybe too long peeled a bit :shock:
Have a great day in your country,I definitely love your cheese :D
Take care.
Dr Jack Beaver :lol:

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WS-G
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Re: Doctor Beaver's litter

Tue Apr 30, 2019 05:46

Yours are unquestionably in the best condition I've seen for originals. One of my past Civil Air Patrol squadrons had a few of the same basic design (post-war production however) which were in nowhere near as good a condition. They were on hand simply as training aids and were relegated to a new(-ish) life as museum pieces because the canvas had deteriorated to a point where they were no longer safe to use.

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