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This 1942 Half track is a frame off restoration with many new parts. Engine was completely overhauled with a new crankshaft back to standard.
New tracks and rollers, restored instrument cluster, new gas tank, new front tires. New brakes, wheel seals and brake lines. All gear boxes opened
up, inspected and resealed. Front and side armor is New old stock. Has new clutch and only 49 miles on it since restoration.
The box and pedestal that is shown in the front of the Half track right behind the seat is for the Bismark 50 cal propane machine gun, very authentic looking and sounding. The small box to the right of the pedestal with the two hoses coming out houses the two gas
bottles. The Gun goes with the Half track.
Location: TIFTON ,GA.31793
RUSSIAN BRDM-2 AMPHIBIOUS ARMORED SCOUT CAR
This is a nice example of a BRDM-2.
It is non restored, complete except power pack but the
transmission is there. Known as " Combat
Reconnaissance/Patrol Vehicle , it is an amphibious armored patrol car used by
Russia and the former Soviet Union. It was also known
under the designation BTR-40PB, BTR-40P-2 and GAZ41-08. This Vehicle has been
exported extensively by Russia, and is still in use in
38 countries. It was intended to replace the BRDM-1,compared to which it had
improved Amphibious capabilities and better Armament. It weighs 7 Tons, is 18'
10" Long, 7' 9" Wide and 7' 7" high with a 4 man crew, Driver, Co-Driver,
RUSSIAN MT-LB MULTIPURPOSE ARMORED AMPHIBIOUS
M-48 PATTON MAIN BATTLE TANK
1944 WWII GERMAN ARTILLERY TRACTOR
WWII STUART M5 LIGHT TANK (REPLICA)
1943 WWII M4 SHERMAN GRIZZLY
I purchased this in California,
hauled it back to Georgia and completely disassembled it, including the final
drives with one new axle, bearings and brakes. I sent the engine out and it was
inspected and repaired as needed with a rebuilt carburetor and new clutch and
throw out bearing. New fuel tanks made from aluminum reverse engineered from the
original. Has nice chevron RUBBER tracks with three newly recovered bogie
wheels. I still
have the steel tracks and sprockets
for those which will go with it. This tank has been totally refinished in and
out in original combat paint and a new white interior.
1986 AM GENERAL M1044 MARINE CORPS ARMORED HUMVEE
This is a completely original M1044 HUMVEE, chassis number 013986 just as it returned from Iraq and Kuwait after the first Desert Storm and Panama conflict. Authentic M1044s in private hands are extremely rare, less than a handful according to HUMVEE experts. Most of the 1044s were given to local governments when the US forces departed, or were destroyed. Some of the better units went back to AM GENERAL to be rebuilt into unarmored versions.
This truck is the supplemental armor version, which has additional armor, and has all the original armored parts that the factory installed. Originally painted green camo, it was painted with semi removable desert tan paint on the transport ship when it was shipped to Kuwait. After its return to the US, most of the desert tan paint was removed, but some still evident.
Wisconsin title, Form 97, and is legal for road use. The odometer shows 23k original miles. The gun turret revolves, opens and closes as it should. The seals on the rear hatch have been replaced. The right front corner of the hood had some minor damage and the hood has several surface cracks as most do. The tires look new but have been on the vehicle since purchased in 1992. I was told they have the run-flat rings in them. I have never seen another real 1044 for sale anywhere. Most of the HUMVEES in private hands today are M998 soft top troop carriers that came from Marine or Reserve bases in the US and were released and auctioned off in 1999.
Currently M998s are being released by various bases, but are not road legal, the Bill of Sale clearly stating “For off road use only.” As more of these trucks are being sold to private collectors and more people become aware of them the M1044 will become even more collectible.
This truck runs very well, always starts immediately even after months of inactivity. A few parts that could not be repaired have been replaced, such as some of the bullet proof side glass, which had “combat wounds” and could not be saved. The original glass is still in the rear left door but shows evidence of being shot. Both windshields have some delamination between the glass layers but have not been replaced because they are original. The right windshield still has the Panama sticker on it. Several of the shields in the engine compartment have been replaced. It has two new heavy duty nonmilitary batteries, the tool rack below the tailgate, a whip antenna, and will have a correct but nonfunctional winch mounted.
At full price the deactivated 50 caliber machine gun, a wire controlled surface to surface rocket launcher, a replica surface to air missile launcher, ammo boxes, helmets, first aid kit, gas mask, replica M16, camouflage netting, and slave cable, all shown in photos will be included.
This is a rare opportunity for a serious collector to own an extremely rare and original armored vehicle with combat history that can be driven on the street and can be taken into some serious off road terrain. While some people think they are ugly, everyone agrees that they are the ultimate BAD ASS TRUCKS!!
PRICE : $75,000.00
WWII M5 Stuart Tank (Project Vehicle) This is a good solid Stuart, fairly complete, the only major Items needed to finish are the 2 Cadillac engines and both Radiators. It has the gunners basket, gun mount and and several other hard to find interior and exterior parts . Price : $95,000 LOCATION : Santa Barbara , California 93117
M41 Walker Bulldog with 76mm live Gun (registered)
This is a restored, complete and operating walker bulldog tank. later model with upgraded electric motor for turret instead of the old hydraulic system which took up much more room in the turret.
Engine is correct Continental paired with Allison transmission. The engine only has about 8 hours on it and was rebuilt in Italy in late 1970s.
This Bulldog is equipped with a fully functional 76mm main gun. Barrel is untouched, rifling is plentiful and the breech ring as clean as the day it came off the assembly line. The gun has been test fired and live fired multiple times never having a problem and is registered on a form 4 in Connecticut
The tracks and hull-tracks are in excellent condition. The undercarriage works flawlessly and sounds great rolling down the road. The hull has minimal rust and freshly painted by hand brush not sprayed. The interior was also painted with a hand brush.
Has all periscopes and main scope for the 76mm gun. Also includes many accessories such as radio, intercom system (uninstalled), helmets and other interior equipment.
This tank has been
stored indoors for the last 10 years during the restoration process and
Mark 2 Saladin (FV601) 6X6 APC with 76mm Cannon
The Saladin FV601 is a six-wheeled armored car built by Alvis and fitted with a 76mm gun and a manual/power-assisted turret system. The Saladin was the armored car of Alvis' FV600 series, using similar suspension and drive train components to the Saracen armored personnel carrier, Stalwart high mobility load carrier and Salamander fire tender. It is named after the warrior Saladin, as Alvis used names beginning with an "S" for the whole range of FV600 vehicles. Used extensively by the British Army, it replaced the AEC Armored Car that had been in service since World War II.
This particular vehicle is a Mark 2 Saladin. It was used in the British Cyprus military operations in Cyprus as part of the Royal Armored Corps' Cyprus Armored Squadron and retains its Cyprus Desert Camouflage paint scheme (desert tan and black). It has had extensive refurbishments including a new transmission gearbox, a new fuel pump, new welded fuel tanks and new brakes. It is legally registered as an antique truck in the state of Virginia. The breech ring is intact and is registered as an NFA destructive device per the Federal National Firearms Act of 1934. The breech ring is available for separate purchase.
Price: $75,000 with live
gun or $69,500 demilled
1944 M7-B1 Priest 105 Howitzer Motor Gun Carriage (Tank Destroyer)
A perfect full ground up restoration with NOS engine, tracks, bogies, etc. A true one of a kind very rare tank. This vehicle is very rare and seldom seen in collections today. It essentially is an open topped Sherman tank complete with an anti-aircraft 50 cal machine gun.
The main differences between the early M7's and the M7-B1 were the switch from the M3 Sherman chassis with the R-975 to the M4 Sherman using the Ford GAA V8 engine with 500 horsepower from 1100 Cubic Inches. The primary reason for the change was the ability to go from a 35 to a 65 degree elevation for the 105 Howitzer. The V-8 set lower in the hull allowing lowering the M2-A1 Howitzer to achieve the goal of a 65 degree angle. Some of the low profile was lost but it was agreed that it was worth it. The 105 had a muzzle velocity of 1,550 feet per second and a range of 7 Miles. The machine gunner's pulpit was also raised accordingly to allow for a clear field of fire for the machine gunner. This particular M7-B1 is in beautiful condition as you can see from the photos and has a completely rebuilt GAA V8 engine.
Price : $400,000
Federal Motors MK44 APC
see more photos at http://www.dndguns.com/apc.htm
This is a 1985
Federal Motors (Emergency 1) MK44 Armored Personnel Carrier. It has the
following modern luxuries that can't be found in any other armored military
vehicle that can be owned in private hands.
* Deutz V8 Air Cooled
Diesel Engine *
It also has power
steering, 2/4 wheel drive, armor plated, large hydraulic winch concealed in the
front of the chassis, weapons mount over passengers side windshield, hydraulic
lift drivers & passenger front seat to lift you up through the roof hatches so
you can reach the weapons mount, front ram w/ 3 attachments for everything from
pushing to pulling the
This vehicle was built by Federal Motors Corp. in 1985, this company was later sold out to Emergency One who still to this day makes emergency vehicles such as fire trucks & emergency airport vehicles. This APC was built on a 5 ton FWD chassis & is titled as such. From the information that we have received there were only (5) of these ever made. Two of them were shipped to Nicaragua without state department approval, one sank in a lake in Florida during testing (another story in itself), this one was sold to someone in CA & is rumored to have been used in some Hollywood movies although we haven't had the time to verify that & who only know where the other one is.
This would make a great SWAT vehicle for a Law Enforcement Agency, a great piece to add to your military vehicle collection or just a cool toy for the guy that has everything. It is fully road legal in all states.
Straight 8 Rolls Royce Petrol Engine
Was sandblasted and painted a few years ago
Runs and drives okay
Needs some cosmetic work
PRICE : $28,500
LOCATION : REDDING , CONN 06896
1943 WWII FORD M-8 ARMORED CAR
M-116 HUSKY TRACKED AMPHIBIOUS CARGO CARRIER ( SERIAL # 2 )
This 1943 Kettenkrad has a 4 cylinder Opel motor that runs great and cool, the transmission has been rebuilt, the Transaxle has been gone through with all new seals, some of the smaller parts are repros but overall a very nice Kettenkrad. Underneath the primer on the tub you still see the original Panzer gray and two bullet holes on the right side.
PRICE : $135,000
LOCATION :Forestville CA, 95436
1995 Bombardier-BAE Tracked Reconnaissance Vehicle (TRV) Stormer
A fully modern, very low time fully armored personnel carrier with fuel-efficient diesel engine, air conditioning, nuclear, chemical, biological (NBC) weapon protection system, night vision capable, GPS, intercom system, versatile interior, perfect sized for a multitude of missions.
The Stormer has an all-welded aluminum armor hull with Kevlar spall lining- like the US M-2 Bradley- with the driver at the left front, engine compartment to the right and the troop compartment at the rear. The driver has a hydraulic adjustable seat, four-point harness and a single-piece hatch cover that opens forward. In front there is a single wide-view periscope which can be replaced by a passive night vision scope. A full instrumentation panel is on the driver’s left and can be mounted outside the hull for open-hatch driving.
The vehicle commander sits behind the driver and has a rotational cupola with nine periscopes. The cupola has a single-piece hatch cover and external machine gun mount. The commander’s seat is hydraulic adjustable with full harness as well. Commander controls include the intercom system, fuel heater, air conditioning, and full chemical protection system operation. To the right of the commander is a radio operator’s position with hydraulic adjustable seat and four-point harness. This position also has a passive night vision periscope and military GPS system. These three positions constitute the vehicle crew.
The rear compartment can be configured in a number of ways. Seating for up to eight is possible, for a vehicle total of 11. All rear seating can be removed for cargo or specialized mission equipment. Access to the rear is through a large single door that opens to the right and incorporates a single vision block.
Other interior features include red/white interior lighting, fuel heater, fire extinguisher, fire detection alarm, drinking water dispenser, electric cooking vessel, and many storage compartments. Four brand new intercom headsets are also included.
A Perkins T6.3544 diesel is mounted to the right of the driver with air induction through armored louvers and Farr air cleaners. Engine cooling is by a single mixed-flow fan drawing air through the radiator, over the engine and through the outlet louvers. The exhaust is also cooled by some of this air. The engine is coupled to a David Brown Engineering Limited T300 foot-operated, seven-speed gearbox with automatic clutch. The engine compartment has a fully integrated fire extinguisher system.
The torsion bar suspension either side consists of six dual road wheels with the drive sprocket at the front and the idler at the rear. Tracks are single pin, steel links, with rubber bushes and integrally mounted rubber pads. The first, second and sixth road wheel stations have hydraulic shock-absorbers.
Exterior features include four large Storage Boxes, Rear View Mirrors, Fire Extinguisher, Shovel, 5 Gallon Water Can and Mount, Storage Basket, Full Lighting, Spare Track Section, Idler Wheel, Drive Sprockets, and Two Road Wheels.
A set of Manuals are included as well as spare parts sources and technical assistance. The Dummy M-2HB Machine Gun and Cradle are Optional.
Width: 8’5” (With Boxes: 9’2”)
Ground Pressure: 6.5PSI
Fuel Tank Capacity: 73 Gallons
Range: 375 Miles
Consumption: 6.4 MPG
Wading Depth: 40 Inches
Maximum Speed: 50MPH
Engine: 250HP Perkins Diesel
Operational Range: -24F to 120F
See Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIyhefPAByk
1943 M-4 SHERMAN TANK ( GRIZZLY VARIANT )
Has recently installed Gov. rebuilt Engine , two new Magnetos ,Intercom system 100 percent functional. All new wiring to the slip ring, everything works perfectly. All engine wiring rebuilt and reinstalled back into armored cabling, new turning brakes new oil lines, Complete Tanker Radio set ( not hooked up ) .NOS Driver windshield included . NOS seats ,Turret hydraulic controls work perfectly both manual and hydraulic electric. Interior has been stripped and painted in the fighting compartment. All ready racks and storage bins are present. Little Joe is installed and runs and charges batteries. Optics are all new old stock optics. Breach ring has been de-milled to ATF standards. Has uncut Barrel , New brakes have been installed , tank runs and drives excellent! All pioneer tools included many more details please call for more information. This is a true unmolested - unmodified 1943 Sherman Tank.
PRICE : $310,000
LOCATION : Santa Barbara , Cal.93117
OT-65 ARMORED PERSONNEL CARRIER ( AMPHIBIOUS ) 1969 , CZECH RKh , FUG ( OTTER )
Twin water jet propulsion. Hull exterior has been sandblasted, primed and painted. Diesel engine, no smoke. Interior needs restoration. Parts available from Tatra Truck in Czech Republic. Always stored or covered. Located in Bowie MD. Licensed, titled and tagged. See BRDM article in Military Vehicles Magazine, Oct 2012, issue 156. The OT 65 RKh model has no turret, is accessed by double doors in the top and has an escape hatch on the bottom. Partial trades considered.
SUPER RARE 60's VINTAGE LAND ROVER
PIGLET MILITARY ARMORED CAR
M2 half-track All original uncut armor with MG mounts!
1985 U.S. ARMORED PEACEKEEPER 4X4 WITH WINCH
1985 peacekeeper APC.
body-Cadillac Gage Corp.
Chassis- Dodge truck division-Chrysler
Engine- 360 4 barrel Carb
Axles-1 ton 4x4 with rear no spin posi traction
Bullet resistant glass 2.250
front winch with dual batteries
12 and 24 volt electrical system
military radio with VIC-1 intercom with head sets
A/C and heat
power steering power disk brakes
Curb Wgt. (less Cargo & Weapons 8,600 lbs.
Length , 16' 6" , Width 6' 6" , Height 8' 5". ( Height less gun shield is 6' 6" )
Optional armament--All INERT witch includes , 4 ea. m16 rifles, 1 ea. m60 machine gun, 1 ea. law rocket,
1 ea. AT-4 anti tank missile and 12 ea. frag grenades.
Price : $56,000
Location : Wellington , Ky. 40387
1944 Auto Car Personnel Carrier
The half track is all original. The armor has never been cut or altered except for the M16A1 current configuration. The half track starts and runs flawlessly and I did replace the brakes and clutch for safety and drivability reasons when originally purchased. Although I was planning on a frame off restoration, the motor runs extremely strong and I drove it in a couple of parades as is. I just have way too many projects to complete and I know I just won’t get to this project and I would like to see someone get this vehicle that has the time to care for it properly and to share it with others. It has been stored in our company shop under a silk parachute for the last five years.
1941 White Motor Company M3A1 Scout Car
Undergone a total frame off restoration. All parts were either replaced with NOS or rebuilt originals. Nothing left undone. Four brand new tires all around. Ten miles on odometer since restoration. All armor and skate rail uncut and original. Includes one skate trolley. This scout car was a European bring back and has never been altered from its original military configuration. Original antennae mast in tact. All new canvas for seats and rail. Also includes original NOS saw mounted within interior compartment. This is truly an all original , beautifully restored vehicle.
1943 Sherman ( Grizzly ) Canadian built M4-A1
Price : $275,000
1942 M3A1 White Scout Car
The current owner has owned this car since 1998. The car is a European return. The vehicle has been disassembled, everything blasted, primed and painted (34087). The transmission and transfer case have new bearings and seals installed. The motor has been completely rebuilt with new and NOS parts and the bottom end balanced. Motor has less than 800 miles since rebuild. New brakes lines, wheel cylinders and master cylinder. New clutch and pressure plate. The Scout Car is asbestos free. All original armor with the exception of the piece the bumper bolts to. The original damaged armor is included. Vehicle has NEW 8.25X20 NDT tires. NOS or rebuilt gauges and speedometer installed and working. Both fuel tanks and all gauges work. An electric fuel pump is installed under the passenger seat. Correct cloth wire harness installed, shielded coil box, distributor and wires on engine, early black plastic steering wheel with NOS “Ross” horn button. NOS “Hull” compass on the inside windshield frame. Skate rail pads are repo. Rear crew seats are repo, front seats are original with a mix of NOS and repo cushions front and rear. Complete interior floor has been redone in aluminum. The original steel floor is included. The vehicle has no canvas top but repo bows and extensions are installed. Also included are four replica guns, one Thompson, two 1917A1 water cooled guns, forty .30 dummy rounds in a cloth ammo belt, four oak ammo boxes with two cooling cans and hose kits in original canvas storage bags, one .50 replica machine gun with forty-four linked dummy rounds. The guns are all mounted on three trolleys, two 1917A1 cradles and one Long Tail .50 cradle. The Thompson storage rack on the left ammo box. Also included are two 1942 dated 1917A1 tripods. Other included items are a complete SCR-308 set, CH-74 cabinet with the correct PT-237 mount tray, MP-57 mast base, mic, headsets, intercoms, and SCR-308 radio manuals. Signal flags, spare MG barrel bags, original correct fire extinguisher, all the shop manuals, original canvas/leather covers for both .30 MGs, 10'X20' NATO burlap camo net and many more NOS and extra parts not listed here.