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Old October 4th, 2010, 12:33 PM
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Bunch of late model Deuces

Ft Meade has about twenty late model M35 Deuce and a halfs with the desirable Michelin tires Cat diesels and CTIS. Also lots of M101 trailers...the smaller ones you can use behind a pickup.
Also of note are several M915/920 tractor day cabs. Currently set up with 5th wheel. Easily converted to flat bed, sleeper/shelter carrier or pickup.
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Old October 4th, 2010, 02:31 PM
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glad to see someone else is addicted to uncle sams trash can.
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Old October 4th, 2010, 07:08 PM
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Bill you could have come to the MAR and driven one!

Someone brought one to the MAR. I believe it was a mid nineties model, extremely low miles and hours, auto box, and all kinds of goodies I forget - $8k iirc.
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Old October 4th, 2010, 08:18 PM
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Bill, how does one go about purchasing some of these items?
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Go to http://www.govliquidation.com/index.html and search by state. Scroll down to Maryland and let er rip. Likely some swag nearer to you in Neeyak.
Purchase is by bid, and payment can be credit card.

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Bill you could have come to the MAR and driven one!

Someone brought one to the MAR. I believe it was a mid nineties model, extremely low miles and hours, auto box, and all kinds of goodies I forget - $8k iirc.
I dunno C. I'm like you in that my M35 days are long behind me, even tho I'd like a spin in an M35A3. I was driving A1s. They topped out at about 53 mph and the cacophony at that speed was unreal.

One of those M920s with a Deuce bed would be cool.
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I just came from the Ft Meade GL site yesterday. The do have a ton of 2.5s and Chevy CUCVs. A bunch of nice (new) M101A2 trailers as well. I finally picked up my M101A1 yesterday and am very please with it.
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Old October 6th, 2010, 12:58 PM
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I can't understand why people would want to drive a deuce.... lol
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Old October 6th, 2010, 02:53 PM
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For me it's a bit of nostalgia. I used to drive them in the army and they were very capable and almost indestructible.

But yeah they are too big/wide and slow to be practical around here.
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I thought the bobbed duece was a cool idea and now that they are releasing ones with CAT diesels it seems like it would be a neat and cheap hauler.
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Someone on pirate was bobbing dueces and I thought they looked really cool. If I remember they use the bed of a M101 trailer as the truck bed and "just" remove the second axle.
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I've driven them to over my years in the army, and they are not that fun... Now that abrahms tank I used to drive was cool
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