Some of you are members of SteelSoldiers and may be aware of the “Military Vehicle of the Month” competition.
Proud American Guntruck was selected in March this year and now CAMO Member Troy’s Ranger Fast Attack Vehicle has been nominated for July.
The voting ends on 31 July and I hoping any SS members may take a look at Troy’s Jeep (listed on the voting box as “favviking”) and consider voting for him. Troy has brought the jeep to a couple of Gatherings and it will be at the Gathering here next month.
Found this made in country Vietnam jacket on Ebay. It’s got a picture of a quad 50 on it.
Just located the daughter via Vietnam Vets Only of Larry Dugger who built Wild Thing in Nam. Amanda Dugger-Nobles, is looking for anyone who served with her Dad, Larry Dugger. He was D Company, 815 Engineers, 1969-71 in Pleiku.
I received this message from Ted Ballard who owns the Wild Honey 3/4 ton M37B1.
I live in the historic district of the city and since the truck (Wild Honey) will not fit out of site in my garage, the city is unhappy about it and the trailer parked in the driveway.
The truck is a 1962 M37B1. I’ve added the appropriate 1/4 inch steel armor plate and bullet proof windshield. it also has a mounted RT-524 radio (non functioning), with no antenna, a recently rebuilt gas tank and amber headlights. Also includes the material to convert the truck back to stock M37. Two M60s are included, made from parts kits with dummy receivers. Each gun has a large capacity ammo box mounted inside the armor per the original. The truck and trailor are fully titled and licensed in Virginia. I tow the truck on the trailer with Ford Expedition.
Asking $10,000 for the truck and the 18 foot trailer to haul it.The trailer is 2 years old. Will also throw in the materials to convert the truck back to a stock M37.
If Ted wants to provide more info he can post or I can get you his email. Hopefully a trans or guntrucker will get this nice truck. It appeared in Fort Lee at our gathering a couple years ago. Truck, trailer, guns , and everything. Exact Wild Honey Replica.
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Posting this for marine48 Michael Dougherty. This is an armored trac. There was only 18 of them in Vietnam. Just click the pic to enlarge.
Looking for any and all who were at the 597th / 8th Group from May1970 – April1971 Thanks, HemiShawn