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what happened to AFV INTERIORS!?!
MSGsummit
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Posted: Tuesday, September 21, 2004 - 11:04 PM UTC
Hey Armorama! I just recently returned from a 15 month deployment to Iraq with the 1st Armored Division. Needless to say I have quite a bit of catching up to do. Does anyone know what happened to the AFV Interiors web site? That site was invaluable for modeling! Has it moved? Is it no longer are the web?
matt
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Posted: Tuesday, September 21, 2004 - 11:09 PM UTC
It's offline...for now (hopefully only temporary)
the bandwidth got too expensive to keep it running.
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Posted: Tuesday, September 21, 2004 - 11:12 PM UTC
Welcome back & thanks for your service SFC!
Sorry about the surprise, but apparently the site editor was having repeated problems with his hosting so he shut down. Lots of folks are looking for a way to get his content back up (A Big A link or sister site has even been suggested...so cross those fingers.
btw- some folks have been able to get in the 'back door' by clicking on an old link to a an individual page. try that- and thanks again!
RobH

[Edit]-yeah, yeah, matt beat me to it...
Paul
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 02:12 AM UTC
If you need some pics, I have most of the articles of Russian vehicles on my computer.
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 03:28 AM UTC
Hey there yep lets keep our fingers crossed that they find a new server willing to host a very very popular site.

If you need any interier photos of any of the vehicles they had let me know as i managed to download most of the site to my Hard Drive in order to be able to use it till they are back online.

DelbertD
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 04:17 AM UTC
I just want to thank you for your service to the country and to rejoice at your safe return. I've run into quite a few vets lately and I hope you don't have to return to harm's way
MSGsummit
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 05:05 AM UTC
thanks to everyone! It's a real bummer that it's no longer on line. I have quite a few vehicles downloaded onto disk if any one needs something. Anyway, thanks again to every one!
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 05:30 AM UTC
I have got the whole thing of the M113 in my computer, if anyone wants it .
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 05:30 PM UTC
I have downloaded the German armor section, including text.... it's on my HD, which reminds me to burn it to a few CD's shortly...

If needed, I'll send the files over ASAP.
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 06:16 PM UTC
Ola People

Is there somewhere a list with wich vehicles that were on AFV interiors? I found that a lot of pages are still online. So far I have located 10 pages each with a working link to 2 or 3 other pages.
If somebody has a list of the contents of the site I can search for more.

FAUST
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 06:23 PM UTC
A little Update guys

I struck the goldmine. I think (I still have to check it) that I possibly have all the pages of AFV Interiors online.

I keep you guys updated.

FAUST
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Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 - 08:38 PM UTC
Ola People

Well after 2 hours of searching the web I have a collection of 72 links all leading to different vehicles of AFV Interiors. There are more pages but in one or another strange way they don`t work. Examples of this was the Churchill, Bradley and the SdKfz250/251 series. They are still out there. I made a little Notepad file with all the links and the vehicles they are reffering to. If interested drop me a PM

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Posted: Thursday, September 23, 2004 - 01:03 AM UTC
I took time over a couple weekends and downloaded all the pages on my hard drive.

Here is the index from the original page:

AFV INTERIORS Web Magazine ARCHIVE

USA
M3 Medium Tank, “General Grant”
M551 Reconnaissance Vehicle “Sheridan”
M26 Medium Tank, “Pershing”
M41 Light Tank, “Walker Bulldog”
M2/M3 Infantry/Cavalry Fighting Vehicle, “Bradley”
M8 Armored Car “Greyhound”
Mk. VIII Heavy Tank, “Liberty”
M26 Truck Tractor, “Dragon Wagon”
LVTP-5
M60A3 Medium Tank, “Patton”
M32 Recovery Vehicle
M24 Light Tank, “Chaffee”
M88A1 Recovery Vehicle
M9 ACE
M10 Tank Destroyer and “Achilles”
T17E1 Armored Car (M6), “Staghound”
M578 Recovery Vehicle
M60A2 Medium Tank
M18 Tank Destroyer, “Hell Cat”
M50 “Ontos”
M109A2/A3 SPH
M4 Duplex Drive, “Sherman DD”
M42 Anti-Aircraft, “Duster”
M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System
M3/M3A1 Light Tank, “Stuart”
M5/M5A1 Light Tank, “Stuart”
LVTP7/AAVP7A1
M7 Gun Carriage, “Priest”
M113 Personnel Carrier
M3 Halftrack & Gun Motor Carriage
M59 Infantry Carrier
LVT(4) Landing Vehicle Tracked
M4 Sherman Factory and Repair Photos
LVT(a)4 Landing Vehicle Tracked
M48 Tank, “Patton”
M1A2 Tank, “Abrams”
M4A3 Medium Tank, “Sherman”
M1/M1A1 Cavalry Combat Car
M1917 6-ton Tank
M113 Mortar Carriers
WWII US Vehicle Radios
US M103 Heavy Tank

Soviet Union/Russia
T-35 Heavy Tank
PT-76 Amphibious Tank
2S1 Self Propelled Gun
2S19 Self Propelled Gun
ISU-152 Tank Destroyer
SU-76 Self Propelled Gun
T-54 Medium Tank, Early Models
BMP1/2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle
BRDM2 Reconnaissance Vehicle
T-34/76 Medium Tank
IS-2 Heavy Tank
ZSU-23-4 “Shilka”
T-72 Tank

Germany
Panzer III Medium Tank
PZH 2000 Self Propelled Gun
Super Heavy Tank, “Maus”
JagdPanther Tank Destroyer
8.8cm Tank Destroyer, “Elefant/Ferdinand”
10.5cm Self Propelled Howitzer, “Hummel”
Sd.Kfz.251 Halftrack
Panther Factory Photos
StuG III Assault Gun
FlkPanzer 38t
Jagdpanzer IV/70(V) Tank Destroyer
Sd.Kfz.234/4 Armored Car
Marder II (7.5cm PaK 40)
Panzer IV Medium Tank
Jagdtiger Tank Destroyer
German WWII AFV Radios
Sd.Kfz.250 Halftrack
Marder III (7.62cm PaK36)
Panzer II Light Tank
Sd.Kfz.222/223 Armored Cars
Fahrpanzer
Czech 38t Tank
German/Italian Leopard 1 Tank
German/Italian Leopard 2 Tank
German Leichte Feldhaubitze, “Wespe”
German Anti-Aircraft Vehicle, “Flakpanzer Gepard”

Great Britain
Tank, “Cromwell”
Tank, “Centurion”, Early Marks
Medium Tank, “Vickers”
Infantry Tank, “Matilda”
Scout Car, “Daimler”
Infantry Tank, “Valentine”, and SPG, “Bishop”
Main Battle Tank, “Chieftain”
British WWII Vehicle Radios
Cruiser Tank A15, “Crusader”
Scout Car, “Ferret”
Centurion AVRE
Infantry Tank, “Churchill”
Medium Mark A Tank, “Whippet”
FV433 Self Propelled Gun, “Abbot”
Mk.V* WWI Tank

Canada
Infantry Combat Vehicle, “Grizzly”
Car, Light Reconnaissance, “Otter”
Medium Tank, “Ram”
25pdr Self-Propelled Gun, “Sexton”

Italy
Medium Tank, M13/40
Light Tankette, L.3 (CV33/35)
Armored Car, AB40 Series
Semovente 75/18
Italian/German Leopard 1 Tank
Italian/German Leopard 2 Tank

Japan
Type 95 Medium Tank, “HA-GO”

France
Main Battle Tank, “Leclerc”
WWI Tank, “St. Chamond”
Tank, “Char B1 bis”
UE Tankette

Sweden
S-Tank

South Africa
Infantry Fighting Vehicle, “Ratel”
Armoured Car, “Eland”

Spain
M113 Mortar Carriers
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Posted: Thursday, September 23, 2004 - 02:04 AM UTC
German Radios
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/rads/germrads.html
Here is the whole thing on the elefant
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/elefant/elefant.html
Here is the interior for the wespe
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/wespe/wespe1.html
M3 grant http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/grant/grant1.html
PZ IV
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/pz4/pz4a.html
Jadgtiger
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/jagtig/jagtig1.html
stug III
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/stug3/stug1.html
jagdpanzer IV
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/jgpz4/jgpz4a.html
jagdpanther
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/jagpan/jp1.html
Marder III
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/mard3/mard3a.html

This is what I found so far, I already saved them in my HD and will save them on a CD and I recomend you do the same because this little back door will not be open forever
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Posted: Thursday, September 23, 2004 - 02:23 AM UTC
Shredian
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m551/m551a.html
Pershing
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m26/m26a.html
walker bulldog
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m41/m41a.html
FAUST
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Ola People

Here are my 72 links:

1. German Medium Tank (Sd.Kfz.171) "Panther", Factory Photographs
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/pan/pan.html

2. Sherman M4A3 general Sherman
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m4a3/m4a3a.html

3. Sturmgeschutz III part 1, StuK37 L/24 gun models
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/stug3/stug1.html

4. German Afv Radio Equipment in WW2
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/rads/germrads.html

5. Panzerjager Tiger (P), (Sd.Kfz. 184), "Ferdinand/Elefant", Part 1,
Revised 10-15-00
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/elefant/elefant.html

6. British Cruiser Tank Mk.VIII, (A27M) Cromwell, Revised 4 June, 2001
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/crom/crom.html

7. US Light Tank M5/M5A1, "Stuart", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m5/m5a.html

8. US/British M3 Medium Tank, "Grant", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/grant/grant1.html

9. US AFV Radio Equipment in WWII
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/usrads/usrads.html

10. German Panzer IV/70(V), SdKfz.162/1, Part 1, Revised 11/1/00
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/jgpz4/jgpz4a.html

11. US Halftrack Personnel Carrier M3 & Gun Motor Carriage, Part 1, Revised
April 24, 2001
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m3gmc/m3gmc1.html

12. German/Czech Panzerjager 38(t) fur 7.62cm PaK36(r), Sd.Kfz.139, "Marder
III", Part 1 http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/mard3/mard3a.html

13. US M24 Light Tank, "Chaffee", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m24/m24a.html

14. US M26 Heavy/Medium Tank, "Pershing", Part 1
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/m26a.htm

15. British Infantry Tank Mk.III "Valentine" & "Bishop", Part 1, Revised
September 10, 2003 http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/val/val1.html

16. US Landing Vehicle, Tracked, LVT(4), "Water Buffalo"
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/lvt4.htm

17. US Landing Vehicle, Tracked, LVT(A)4
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/lvt(a)4.htm

18. US Halftrack Gun Motor Carriage, Part 1
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/m3gmc2.htm
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/m3gmc3.htm

19. US 105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7 "Priest", Part 1
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/m7a.htm

20. US 3-Inch Gun Motor Carriage, M10 Part 1
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/m10a.htm

21. US Truck Tractor M26 Armored Cab, Part 1,
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/dragwag1.htm

22. US Light Armored Car M8, "Greyhound", Part 1,
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/m8a.htm

23. Czech/German Flakpanzer 38(t) auf Selbstfahrlafette 38(t) (Sd.Kfz.140)
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/flk38t/flk38t.html

24. US Infantry Vehicle M59, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m59/m59a.html

25. US M113 Armored Personnel Carrier, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m113/m113a.html

26. German Armored Anti-Aircraft Vehicle, "Flakpanzer Gepard"
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/gep/gepard1.html

27. Leopard 2 Main Battle Tank, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/leop2/leop2a.html

28. M1A2 Main Battle Tank, "General Abrams", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m1a2/abrams1.html

29. German Heavy Panzerkampfwagen, "Maus", Part 1, Revised 10/10/01
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/maus/maus1.html

30. German Leichte Feldhaubitze auf Geschuetzwagen II, Sd.Kfz.124, "Wespe",
Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/wespe/wespe1.html

31. German 15cm Panzerfeldhaubitz auf GW III/IV, Sd.Kfz.165, "Hummel", Part
1 (updated 9/18/00)
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/hummel/hummel1.html

32. German Jagdpanther (Sd.Kfz. 173), Part 1, Revised 10/22/00
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/jagpan/jp1.html

33. German 7.5cm PaK40/2 auf Fahrgestell Panzerkampfwagen II (Sf) (Sd.Kfz.
131), "Marder II", Part 1, Revised March 15, 2001
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/marder2/marder2a.html

34. Soviet T-34/76 Medium Tank, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/t34/t34a.html

35. Soviet Light Amphibious Tank, PT-76
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/pt76/pt76a.html

36. Soviet T-54 Medium Tank, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/t54/t54a.html

37. US M48 90mm Gun Tank, "Patton", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m48/m48a.html

38. British Scout Car, "Ferret", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/ferret/ferret1.html

39. British A12 Matilda II Infantry Tank, Part 1, Revised 11/27/00
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/matilda/matilda.html

40. British Daimler Scout Car, Revised February 3, 2002
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/daimler/daimler.html

41. British Cruiser Mark VI, A15, "Crusader", Part 1, Revised July 31, 2002
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/crusader/crus1.html

42. British Daimler Scout Car, Revised February 3, 2002
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/daimler/daimler.html

43. German Heavy Tank Destroyer, Sd.Kfz.186, "Jagdtiger", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/jagtig/jagtig1.html

44. US 152mm Gun Tank M60A2, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m60a2/m60a2a.html

45. French Main Battle Tank, "Leclerc", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/leclerc/leclerc1.html

46. Canadian Medium Tank "Ram" and "Kangaroo", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/ram/ram1.html

47. US M88A1 Armored Recovery Vehicle, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m88/m88a.html

48. US M41 Light Tank, "Walker Bulldog", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m41/m41a.html

49. Renault Type UE Tractor Carrier (Chenillette d'infanterie)
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/ue/ue.html

50. French WWI Saint Chamond M.16 Assault Tank
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/stcham/stcham.html

51. South African Infantry Fighting Vehicle, "Ratel", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/rat/rat1.html

52. Italian CV 33/35 (L.3) Tankette, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/cv35/cv35a.html

53. Semovente da 75/18, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/semo75/semo75a.html

54. Tracked Self-Propelled 25 Pounder, "Sexton", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/sexton/sexton1.html

55. German Panzer II Light Tank (Sd.Kfz.121), Part 1, Revised September 20,
2002
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/pz2/pz2a.html

56. German Panzerkampfwagen IV (Sd.Kfz.161), Part 1, Revised April 16, 2003
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/pz4/pz4a.html

57. US T17E1 Armored Car (M6), "Staghound", Part 1 (revised 7/20/00)
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/stag/stag1.html

58. US Combat Car M1/M1A1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m1/m1.html

59. US M42 "Duster", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m42/m42a.html

60. US M18 "Hell Cat" Tank Destroyer, Part 1, Revised 10/22/00
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m18/m18.html

61. US M103 Heavy Tank, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/m103/m103a.html

62. Soviet Self Propelled Gun ISU-152, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/isu152/isu152a.html

63. Soviet SU-76 Self-Propelled Gun
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/su76/su76.html

64. German PanzerHaubitze (PzH) 2000, Part 1, Revised January 29, 2003
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/pzh2000/pzh2000a.html

65. Canadian Armoured Vehicle General Purpose (AVGP), "Grizzly", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/griz/griz1.html

66. US Marine Corps LVTP7/AAV7A1, Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/lvtp7/lvtp7a.html

67. US M50 Multiple 106mm Self-Propelled Rifle "Ontos", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/ontos/ontos1.html

68. US M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS), Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/mlrs/mlrs1.html

69. WWI Medium Mark A Tank, "Whippet"
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/whip/whip.html

70. British Mk.V* Tank
http://www.chars-francais.net/kithobbyist/mkv1.htm

71. Soviet T-72 Main Battle Tank, Part 1, Revised February 17, 2003
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/t72/t72a.html

72. Soviet ZSU-23-4, "Shilka", Part 1
http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/zsu/zsu1.html

All links are checked and working. The result of an Afternoon of searching

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wow, you did save me a lot of work, thanks
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Posted: Thursday, September 23, 2004 - 04:29 AM UTC
Doh!! You guys are not doing yourselves any favors by posting these links. Since Brent is obviously trying to shut down the added bandwidth he may well just remove the pages completely. Hopefully they are backed up somewhere.

And to Mike....

I WILL HOST YOUR SITE FOR FREE!! CONTACT ME!

Jim
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But Jim, we just posted these links for others to see them before they are shut down, but now that you are hosting the site for free, I see it was all in vain....
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may I remind something to you all,

When Mike announced the closure of his site there where some postings on ML from some people who had downloaded the site and burned them on CD

They where willing to sell and even give them for free

Mike responded with the request NOT to to this, because a lot of the content on the site is copyright protected and made availuble under the context that it would not made availuble outside the site (even if it was for free)

If Mike is truying to get the site back up, then spreading this around will not helping him.

And like Jim said, even these direct linking will use bandwith and could get Mike in trouble

I would suggest to remove these links here
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Posted: Sunday, February 25, 2018 - 02:07 AM UTC
hi delbert, i'm looking for interior shots of matilda scorpion tanks ww2 no. africa
jim thompson
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thks in advance for any help you can provide.
jim t. [email protected]
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Posted: Sunday, February 25, 2018 - 02:19 AM UTC
hi bob, how can i obtain copies of interiors of both the brit. matilda and churchill ?
jim thompson
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Posted: Sunday, February 25, 2018 - 06:07 AM UTC
You do realize this thread is from 2004; 14 years ago? Half the posters aren't even here any more.
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I could absolutely use the German armor info! If you are willing to send my email is [email protected] Thanks so much
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Wow!! It is amazing how people do not actually pay attention to dates. This post is almost 16 years old and they are still asking about it.
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