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Added 7 years ago

Hi. Just a simple jerry can prop with a bunch of different mats.

Keywords: Jerrycan-military-ww2-army
Format: Daz Studio *.daz *.ds *.dsb, Poser (.pp2)
Categories: Historical, Props
Usage Rights: Unrestricted use
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atthecorner (1 year ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you very much! :)
Sir Albert Holmes (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
:-) ... thx
Mandle (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
rachris480907 (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
These are great! Thanks!
agose (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you very nice job indeed!
ooe3oo (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
GrouchoCaesar (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
Sleepydragon (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for sharing
DoValle (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for the fantastic models!
sqmsat (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for this and your other models. They are all super and I hope you will do some more. :)
Tomokatu (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Can any resident or passing historians confirm that the SS used separately-stamped jerrycans, as depicted?

I can beleive that they did, as they did with much other equipment, but it does seem to create a logistical nightmare. "Stand aside, this is SS water!"

Would there have been separate and dedicated jerrycans for Heer, Marine and Luftwaffe as well?
locomotoro (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Not so strange...

... Great model and a very useful item at any WWII render. Thank You !
DryJack (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hi. Thanks for the comments. I came across several forums that said the Germans used ordnance tan, ordnance grey and ordnance green for jerry cans. I thought the green was strange too but decided to include a green version anyway.
darthj (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
For those not well versed in WWII parafernalia :
these German model jerrycans were used for either petrol/gas (Kraftstoff) or water (Wasser), the latter ones usually being covered with extra markings for easy distinction.
Sand yellow and steel grey were standard colours but I do have some doubts about using olive green, a typical enemy colour.
Helheim (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks for sharing.

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