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Information Required - South African Armoured Cars

by kenilworthbr

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Bernard Rolf
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Tel el Kebir Egypt 1947-8
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26 March 2005

ISAG car named 'Nonsuch'

Does anyone know what happened to the South African Armoured Cars used by the I.S.A.G.
(Internal Security Armoured Group)after I left in 1948

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Posted on: 26 March 2005 by Trooper Tom Canning - WW2 Site Helper

This sounds like a case for Frank Mee - who was out there at that time,he probably nicked them and turned them into race cars to take on the Camel Corps...unfortunately he is on holiday this week and will take a few days to recover when he finally gets home again, but I'm sure he will be in touch !

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