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Old 02-21-2009, 09:43 AM   #1
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#3 Wally Byam's Last Caravan, Africa 1959 Pictures

The balance of a photo trip on the African Caravan 1959, the last Caravan led by Wally Byam.

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Old 02-21-2009, 10:53 AM   #2
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Hi, PeeWee
Great stuff again, thanks for sharing.
I asked this question in one of your previous threads and never saw an answer. So, I will try again. I am curious about those scout vehicles. The half truck half Airstream hybrids so to speak. There is part of one showing in the fourth image down.
Could you please tell us something about them. How many were built? What was there function, in addition to the obvious? What was is like to drive them? What ever happened to them?
I just think there is something really cool and special about the things. Knowing that these vehicles must have been put together by one of the factories, not by a backyard mechanic with a used pick-up and an old trailer.
I'm sure there is a great story there if you could Please tell us anything more.
Thanks again,
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Hi, PeeWee
Great stuff again, thanks for sharing.
I asked this question in one of your previous threads and never saw an answer. So, I will try again. I am curious about those scout vehicles. The half truck half Airstream hybrids so to speak. There is part of one showing in the fourth image down.
Could you please tell us something about them. How many were built? What was there function, in addition to the obvious? What was is like to drive them? What ever happened to them?
I just think there is something really cool and special about the things. Knowing that these vehicles must have been put together by one of the factories, not by a backyard mechanic with a used pick-up and an old trailer.
I'm sure there is a great story there if you could Please tell us anything more.
Thanks again,
Silverhawk, Bob...
Bob,

I'm not sure which thread, but I did detail an answer about the scout truck.

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