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More evidence that replacement of 21 Army Group "B" vehicles hadn't completely collapsed in the autumn of 1944 is shown by this extract from the wa diary of 310 Coy RASC (Armd Bde) which was part of the 2nd line transport in the Guards Armoured Division and which had lost several vehicles during Op Market Garden through bombing of Eindhoven and attacks on the CL (Source: WO171/2434):
2 October 1944
0830 Collection of 8 further replacement vehicles brings total back to W.E. except for 1 Light Utility.