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Dream Car Garage: Veterans Day Edition, Part 1

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In honor of upcoming Veterans Day and to honor our Veterans and all Service Men and Women lets do a different Dream Garage.

Part 1 Rules:

1) Only WHEELED military vehicles

2) Your 5 favorite in total

3) Any Nation

 

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@ykX

 

Do these have to be vehicles developed for or sold exclusively (or mostly exclusively) to the military?

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15 minutes ago, Frisky Dingo said:

@ykX

 

Do these have to be vehicles developed for or sold exclusively (or mostly exclusively) to the military?

Yep

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5 minutes ago, Frisky Dingo said:

So I can't pick a Camaro SS U-2 chase car?

 

Nope, just hardcore military stuff, no cheating :)

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 Willys Jeep

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Daimler Ferret

ferret3.jpg

 

HUMVEE

hmmwv-humvee-03-ts600.jpg

Oshkosh JLTV

jltv-oshkosh.jpg

Bumerang

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Mercedes Unimog- Any variant would do, but an Ambulance or Cargo Van would be great for overlanding in.

U1300L%20B1438.jpg

 

Oshkosh M-ATV- For the zombie apocalypse.

oshkosh-matv.jpg

 

 

US Army Light Strike Vehicle- Soft-road hooning.

d54b3dfd4b3006101f1972ded605d6e6.jpg

 

 

M1009 Blazer- Off-road fun/trail rig.

181msdeukiydsjpg.jpg

 

 

Hayes M1030 Diesel Dirt Bike- Solo off-road toy.

hdt-military-motorcycle-runs-on-7-types-

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ACtually I would take GAZ-66 instead of the Ferret

GAZ_66.jpg

Russian version of the Unimog, simple and reliable

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1919PowerPlus-WWI.jpg

World war one era Indian military vintage twin...

 

GMC World War I military truck

GMC Transport, WW One era....

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You're not imagining things: The Virginia 'tank farm' has a six-wheel-drive DUKW amphibious vehicle, built by GMC during World War II. Not shown: The propeller

WW II era DUKW built by GMC....

During the Second World War this British DUKW carried supplies and American paratroopers across the Waal river at Nijmegen, a Dutch city near the German border

Another pic....

http://www.euro-t-guide.com/See_Photo/France/C/Saumur_Tank_Museum_2008_10.jpg

WW 1 Era Ambulance, methinks....I would have this and....

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1920 Mk.I Pattern at Bovington - Credits: Wikimedia Commons

WW One Rolls Royce Armored car, final pick.

Edited by A Horse With No Name

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13 hours ago, Frisky Dingo said:

Mercedes Unimog- Any variant would do, but an Ambulance or Cargo Van would be great for overlanding in.

U1300L%20B1438.jpg

 

Oshkosh M-ATV- For the zombie apocalypse.

oshkosh-matv.jpg

 

 

US Army Light Strike Vehicle- Soft-road hooning.

d54b3dfd4b3006101f1972ded605d6e6.jpg

 

 

M1009 Blazer- Off-road fun/trail rig.

181msdeukiydsjpg.jpg

 

 

Hayes M1030 Diesel Dirt Bike- Solo off-road toy.

hdt-military-motorcycle-runs-on-7-types-

Pretty sure these would be my exact choices as well!!!!

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