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Military rigs

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Muddytazz, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. Muddytazz

    Muddytazz 1 ton status

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    Does anyone know all or some and people can add as they know what the military named vehicles? Like the M1008's etc. Even for dodge.
     
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    huh?? If I understand you would like us to list all of the military vehicles for chevy and dodge?
    If so here you go.

    m1008,a
    m1009
    m1010
    m1028,a,a1
    m1031

    dodge I dont have any clue other than the m880 which is the 3/4 ton 4x4 dodge truck with a gas 360

    If not.....................Im nekkid!!
     
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    Well, the CUCV's were the GM M1008, 09, 10, 1028, etc... and the Dodge M880 clan... often pronounced "Cutvee", as opposed to the "Humvee" HMMWV M998 fambly. There's a bazillion names, Hemets, Deuces, etc.

    That whatcha meant?

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  4. Citizen Rider

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    Whats the differences in the 1010, 1028...From the 1008 long bed truck and 1009 blazer? pics?
     
  5. Muddytazz

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    What I'm mostly interested in is the 50's era dodges
     
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    1009 is the Blazer. 1008, 1028 are the pickup -- usually SRW, 1028A2 I think was the dually.

    1010 was the ambulance.

    1031 is the cab-n-chassis, I think?

    Pix are easy, go to http://images.google.com and put in "CUCV M1009", for instance, or check out that link I just posted for Muddy.

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    Thanks man, this is what I was looking for.......


    WC-53
    [​IMG]

    My dad wants to find one.
     
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    Look on ebay under military vehicles. I see the old Dodges on there quite a bit. If nothing else, you can downlaod the pics and Model #s.:D
     
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    I want this door on the back of my K5. ;)

    [​IMG]
     
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    There was a guy in fourwheeler magazine about a year or two ago that had one (wc-53)that he custom mounted on a 96 dodge 2500 cummins 4x4 frame. He had everything like the cummins, cruise, air, the works. It was a pretty nice truck.

    Remington
     

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