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Old 10-23-2012, 02:20 AM
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Northrup Grumman Special Ops Truck

I would love a two or three seat version.
It has a CAT!
Northrop Grumman unveils proposal for next U.S. Special Ops vehicle | Fox News
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Old 10-23-2012, 02:54 AM
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I don't think I would want one. Think of how expensive repairs would be. What would you use it for anyway? JW why not a jeep, hummer, UTV, ect...
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Old 10-23-2012, 06:08 AM
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It's only $350,000. Come on!
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It looks badass, but has no protection against even small arms fire. That's not good
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$350,000 per unit? Our tax dollars hard at work. Sure glad everything is ok now here in the US.
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I don't think I would want one. Think of how expensive repairs would be. What would you use it for anyway? JW why not a jeep, hummer, UTV, ect...
If you can afford the $350k purchase price, I'm sure you can afford repairs
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If you can afford the $350k purchase price, I'm sure you can afford repairs
Ya I guess. I can think of alot better ways to spend 350k though.
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one 500 hp 6.0 strip off cab and box, bolt 4 seats to the frame, put on a decent off road suspension, and do 100mph off road.prob 6000 pounds and leave ya with 340,000 change in your wallet
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Old 10-31-2012, 04:16 PM
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one 500 hp 6.0 strip off cab and box, bolt 4 seats to the frame, put on a decent off road suspension, and do 100mph off road.prob 6000 pounds and leave ya with 340,000 change in your wallet
Sounds like fun. Someone give me 350K...
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see do it my way even spend 20 large on it, and you can give 1 truck to each of your 19 best friends and still have 150,000 to put fuel in all of them and go 4 wheeling

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