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Unread 07-10-2005, 08:10 PM   #1
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"New"/Remanufactured M151 Jeeps complete/as kits

Ya'll seen this? Company out of florida has managed a way to get demil's M151 drivetrains and put their own replica bodies on them. Can buy complete or as a kit. Just thought this was pretty cool. Called the "Growler", the DB1000 looks pretty badass too. The hummer things are kinda ghey though.

http://www.carolinagrowler.com/product.html

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Unread 07-10-2005, 08:17 PM   #2
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Ya'll seen this? Company out of florida has managed a way to get demil's M151 drivetrains and put their own replica bodies on them. Can buy complete or as a kit. Just thought this was pretty cool. Called the "Growler", the DB1000 looks pretty badass too. The hummer things are kinda ghey though.

http://www.carolinagrowler.com/product.html

Jeebus.
$12k ???

Seems a little excessive....
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Yeah, the "kit" version is like $7500 or so. I just thought it's kind of cool that someone's found a way you can get a semi-authentic M151A2.
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Unread 07-10-2005, 08:26 PM   #4
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Yeah, the "kit" version is like $7500 or so. I just thought it's kind of cool that someone's found a way you can get a semi-authentic M151A2.

OH!
Right on, I didn't see the kit one.
That's not too bad.... assuming it's engine and all.
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you can ford 60" with the fording kit, not bad for a kit buggy
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Yeah, it even has tires that are round! What to do, what to do.
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Out of curiousity, though, why would they want to show a picture of it having to be towed out of a mud pit??


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Thats not getting pulled out he's actually pulling that fire truck in, thats serious power.
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Yeah, the drive shaft broke and the tranny blew up and wouldn't go and they needed more water and there was this stream and.....
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Out of curiousity, though, why would they want to show a picture of it having to be towed out of a mud pit??


i guess it shows that if its gonna get stuck, its only gonna get stuck big time and youll need something big to pull it out
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