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    Default M.35 Lw. tan spot camo

    Brought home by a USN officer from France.........Would be quite appropriate for a beach / flak emplacement.
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    great lid ,looks like a fresh find. I can smell that liner from here ! I can really see how that cammo pattern can break up the helmet outline.. Did you just grab this one >

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    Thanks. Got it this year. The last two years have been very good for me for nice helmets, camos and wires and such, at very good prices.

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    that is a really neat/unique one. i agree definitely looks appropriate for something coastal

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    Great camo Ham!!

    Is it an ET66 or 68? Looks 68 to me, but maybe you can see better in hand.

    Not far off from my m35 et68 luft, that also only has a single decal. My lot# is 4787.
    Looking for 10" cleaning rod, early style e/214 #91, nazi style e/26 #04

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    Not an exotic freshie.....LOL but a nice lid.

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    Wow, where do you find these so nice!! One area I haven't gotten into, easier to care for than the crushers I would assume.
    Great find Hambone, that is a beauty.
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    hello Hambone, great looking helmet, when you find these, how do you recomend to clean up when they are filthy from left in a barn or shed?

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    Thanks guys. It's a 66.

    Zacker, I recommend doing little to nothing. Cleaning will make them worse. I'd dust off the dirt, light small vacuum of dirt and dust and such perhaps. Just store properly.

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    very nice helmet Craig

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