Table of contents
|Updates 2007||2008 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001|
|December 2007||OLDCMP.net is back again in a new home in Canada this time.|
|November 2007||The site was sadly offline this month, but here's a gallery of images from the November flying weekend held by the Temora Aviation Museum.|
|October 2007||Due to some major server trouble the OldCMP site has been out of action. In addition, the links to the flash galleries for July and August have become nonexistent.
XD122 was the civillian registration number of a C60L belonging to a treefeller seen in 1972 and again in 2007.
A survey of the F15 project.
Back to 1974, and a look at Bill Drew's Flemington yard.
October 27th - the collection of the next F15 which is to form the basis for the restoration.
|August 2007||Euan McDonald's CGT No8 arrives from South Australia, as does a Ford F15 courtesy of Hugh Davis.|
|July 2007||Some new flash galleries have been created, and I am looking at making this a standard way to present groups of images.
Ford F15, with Canadian body.
A group of images taken by Hugh Davis of the El Alamein museum,
Some candid images from the Trackers reunion at Point Lonsdale.
A page of 2 pounder carriers, 6067 seen at the Melbourne Tank Museum, 6176 from the Bandiana Army Museum and 6146 belonging to John Arnott, photographed by Hugh Davis at Meningle Steam Rally.
Another look back at Ringwood Timber and Trading Company from the 1970s. The pictures show some of the CMPs when they were working doing deliveries of sawdust, and then assembled for the sell-off as the location was cleared around 1975. They were sold in one lot for around $300.
|June 2007||A 2 pounder carrier hull recovered.|
|April 2007||Cab 12 7A2 Field Artillery Tractor.
Dingo Scout Cars, page 2 and Belfield's new acquisition, 2007.
Also some new pictures of Belfield's Cab 12 F60L Portee.
Many additions to White Armoured Scout Cars.
|MARCH 2007||Corowa - A Canuck visits.
A C60L rescued.
Erosion control with a C60L.
Geoff visits Puckapunyal.
2 pounder Portee.
|FEBRUARY 2007||A FGT No9 for the Australian War Memorial.
A visit to see David Lidster's Chevrolet CGT No8 (Aust) in Hobart