Vehicles & artillery for sale
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Hello everybody,

Selling some vehicles and other things for a friend of mine looking to lighten his load. If anybody’s interested send me a PM and we’ll go from there. Pics are a couple years old but condition remains the same, all garage kept.

Vehicles 

Black CJ750
12v system with low hours. This bike does not leak oil. Black panier bags with hidden battery compartment inside. Luft license plates. Very solid bike, just needs a new battery. No reverse gear.
$5,000

Grey CJ750
6v system also with barely any hours on it. Leaks very little oil, also needs a new battery. Brown leather panier bags with hidden battery compartment inside. Luft license plates. No reverse gear.
$5,000

Troop truck
Registered as a 1935, original cab on a 1970s dually heavy duty frame with a 460 ci engine. Has troop benches in the back, canvas cover and has heat in the cab. All lights and instruments work. Brake lines replaced within the last 2 years. Divisional marked for HG Luft division but can be easily converted to any other post 43 unit (RAL ordnance tan paint).
$12,500 OBO

Depending on location delivery can be arranged. Located in North Eastern PA.

Artillery

PAK 36
Restored and converted to 10 gauge shotgun blanks. Pre-1995, no drilled out barrel or breach, all solid and intact. Used in WWII Reenactments and as a Signal Cannon. Classified as a "Signal Cannon", it Transfers as a single-shot shotgun. Face to Face transfers to PA Residents OK with proof of ID. All others must go through a FFL for transfer as you would for any other Long Gun purchase. This cannon had been de-milled after the War and has since been converted to fire 10 Ga Black Powder Blank Shells through a welded-in Blank Adapter. The Blank adapter is permanently installed. **This Cannon cannot be reactivated to shoot live rounds since the breech had been torch-cut to ATF Specs**. Requires 2 man crew (3 man crew is best bet for moving/loading-firing/aiming) small vehicle will tow to field/location. Not much weight because of wheels but I wouldn’t recommend humping it out to the field on manpower. 10 gauge delivers a loud pop with a puff of smoke, some research and testing on homemade blanks will produce effective results. A lot of fun and a great platform.


WWII French Hotchkiss 25mm A-T Cannon Model Mle1934 manufactured in 1940. 
Matching numbers gun. All SN's match, this is not a put-together project! Converted to fire 10 Gauge Shotgun Blanks. Used in WWII Reenactments and as a Signal Cannon. Classified as a "Signal Cannon", it Transfers as a single-shot shotgun. Face to Face transfers to PA Residents OK with proof of ID. All others must go through a FFL for transfer as you would for any other Long Gun purchase. This cannon had been de-milled after the War and has since been converted to fire 10 Ga Black Powder Blank Shells through a welded-in Blank Adapter. The Blank adapter is permanently installed. **This Cannon cannot be reactivated to shoot live rounds since the breech had been torch-cut to ATF Specs**. Breech Block moves up & down via the cocking handle as original. It is easily removable & serviceable by unscrewing the large retention Bolt on the left side of the breech. It still has the original French Michelin Tires which are in excellent condition. Paint is very good, no large scratches, chips or rust. Barrel is not drilled. These A-T Guns were use in WWII By France, Britain, Germany, Italy and Finland. Many of these were captured in 1940 & used by the German Army, renamed the 2.5cm PAK 112(f). History of the gun: During the German invasion of France between May and June of 1940, the 25mm Hotchkiss was the main anti-tank weapon of the French infantry. The French Army also issued the Canon de 25 to the British, which became known to the British as Anti-Tank Gun, 25 mm Hotchkiss, Mark I on 25 mm Carriage. Finland purchased approximately 50 French 25 mm antitank guns from France during the Winter War of 1939/1940. This particular Cannon has a Finnish Data Plate. The Brass data plate was added by the Finnish Army to the left inner trail leg of this Hotchkiss Cannon. KORJATTU, meaning repair or maintenance, is marked at the top of the plate. The plate shows two dates: 2.41. and 14.3.42 - March 14th 1942. Tampella was a Heavy Industry manufacturer, which is where this cannon was inspected. The Firing Pin in this Cannon is not cocking upon closure as it should due to a missing piece in the linkage at the bottom of the Breech Block. Can be cocked manually. Should be looked at by a Gunsmith to repair the linkage piece. All other parts of the Cannon including the trigger mechanism are functioning as original. A large pintle ring has been attached to the rear to allow it to be easily towed with U.S. Spec military vehicles. Perfect for Jeeps. Buyer to arrange pick up after payment has cleared. Weight is just over 1000 lbs. Overall length is 13 ft from tip of muzzle to pintel ring. Have Tractor and ramps available to assist with loading onto flatbed trailer or truck.


Depending on location delivery can be arranged. Located in North Eastern PA.

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