My new vote for,...

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by Jamie6.5, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5
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    BUG-OUT vehicle!

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    The Jeep FC resurrected!
     
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  2. Redcap

    Redcap
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    Nice. I'd actually consider one of those...as long as the axles didn't grenade.
     
  3. jbett98

    jbett98
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    Looks like a Unimog.
     
  4. Decker

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    I'd buy a four seat version.
     
  5. Sun195

    Sun195
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    What? No spinner wheels?
     
  6. drew

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    It does have a similar look. I'd love a Unimog. Wouldn't mind something like this depending on how well it's built.
     
  7. Hardwood floor guy

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    this one looks like it gets through the mud pretty good
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  8. Hardwood floor guy

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    why not look cool too though?it's the end of the world so why not drive a hummer right?
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  9. jquirit

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    There's a few Unimog converted snow-plows (and farm vehicles) I see from time to time. Makes me wish I had one, although I don't have space to park it (other than on the street). But that Jeep concept.. Unimog-esque. Now if they'd only put in that old CRD they had in the Liberty for a year... imagine the fun.
     
  10. oasis618

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    This is the coolest thing I have ever seen.
     
  11. erudne

    erudne
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    I have wanted a rig like that for decades! A four door would be even better!
     
  12. Mark W.

    Mark W.
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    There are any number of Willys FC-140 and FC-170's still around. The FC-140 was pretty capable off raod having just a 140" wheel base. The longer 170 was more like a Willys Pickup in lenght. If I remember right they had very long narrow boxes. I worked with one on a christmas tree farm after high school. Course it was so beat to bubblegum it barely managed to haul a box full of high school kids to the work site.
     

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