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 Post subject: Some quick Mil Surp pics
PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2022 11:59 am 
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I also collect bigger milsurps.

Have three of the 4 wheel type.

1944 GPW, still needs some work

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1952 M37 3/4 ton truck

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2022 12:03 pm 
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And the last one is my 1984 M1009 CUCV. Basically a militarized Chevy Blazer.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2022 7:51 pm 
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nice looking jeep


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HalOPeridol wrote:
And the last one is my 1984 M1009 CUCV. Basically a militarized Chevy Blazer.

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rode with Wpnsman to Damneck and back many many years ago in one,

I think we were both deaf when we got back to RVA

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2022 1:56 am 
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recognized that as well , i had an 87 GMC jimmy so it was easy ID for me , i did enjoy it a lot tho ,


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lyman1903 wrote:
HalOPeridol wrote:
And the last one is my 1984 M1009 CUCV. Basically a militarized Chevy Blazer.

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rode with Wpnsman to Damneck and back many many years ago in one,

I think we were both deaf when we got back to RVA


What? Type louder!

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HalOPeridol wrote:
lyman1903 wrote:
HalOPeridol wrote:
And the last one is my 1984 M1009 CUCV. Basically a militarized Chevy Blazer.

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cucv.jpg



rode with Wpnsman to Damneck and back many many years ago in one,

I think we were both deaf when we got back to RVA


What? Type louder!


EXACTLY,, DAMN DIESEL , WITH BASICALLY NO INSULATION OR PADDING IN THE CAB,, OR BACK, LIKE RIDING IN A TIN CAN :lol

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:velo:

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