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  • Dodge WC Utility Truck on Random Military Vehicles You Can Actually Own

    (#16) Dodge WC Utility Truck

    Don't call it a Jeep. The Dodge WC line may have looked a bit like a plus-sized Kaiser-Willys Jeep in some configurations, but underneath it was a four-by-four truck from 3/4- to 1-1/2 ton weight ratings. The WC came in everything from six-wheel-drive transports to SUV-like "carryalls" to the above pictured utility truck. Many were actually used in both Europe and the Pacific throughout WWII, and you can find running examples today for about $5,000 to $35,000 depending on configuration and condition.
  • Whiskey Class Submarine (with Optional Submarine Base) on Random Military Vehicles You Can Actually Own

    (#13) Whiskey Class Submarine (with Optional Submarine Base)

    There's more than one way to make an entrance on your next visit to South Beach. If this 1958 Soviet Whiskey Class patrol submarine doesn't get you looks, nothing will. This Soviet design was heavily influenced by the German U-Boats of WWII, and many are still in active service in North Korea. So, if you're into playing the bad boy, this boat is a triple winner. It's got enough range to submerge to its 650-foot maximum depth off of Long Beach, go around South America, surface in New York City harbor, and fire all 56 torpedoes at Donald Trump's yacht. All that for the bargain basement price of $497,000. 

    But of course, your new public relations tool is going to need a place to hang out when not in use. How about a 25,000 square foot submarine base located in the beautiful fjords of Olavsvern, Norway? NATO has approved the private sale of this Cold War naval base and submarine pen, but pricing hasn't been announced. Features include ready access to merchant shipping lanes, a mountain to protect from bunker-busting bombs, and very favorable school zoning. 
  • Jeep Staff Car on Random Military Vehicles You Can Actually Own

    (#14) Jeep Staff Car

    Proving once again that nobody does retro like Mopar, this Rubicon Concept has to be the coolest thing Jeep's done in years. Almost enough to forgive the Liberty. Apart from its modern grille, this Jeep looks for all the world like a perfectly restored WWII Willys staff car. Technically, it's not a "military vehicle" yet, and it's still in the concept stage, but even if this modern Staff Car never sees a battlefield, it gets a pass just for being awesome.

    If Jeep puts it into production, it will probably be as a variant of the $41,000 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock. 

  • SS-21 Scarab Nuclear Missile Launcher on Random Military Vehicles You Can Actually Own

    (#18) SS-21 Scarab Nuclear Missile Launcher

    The 300-horsepower, six-wheeled launcher pictured is technically known as the BAZ 5921 SS-21, but it's better known as the Scarab Missile Launcher. For only about $150,000, you too can fling 100 kiloton warheads up to 115 miles away from this highly mobile launch platform. Ideal for delivering Fourth of July fireworks to Cuba from Miami, the BAZ 5921 is perfect for those 1950s kids looking for a touch of nostalgia. 
  • Renault Sherpa on Random Military Vehicles You Can Actually Own

    (#3) Renault Sherpa

    The Renault Sherpa is the Hummer for people who love Hummers, but don't vote Republican. Ride of choice for French and NATO forces, the Sherpa is Europe's take on the Hummer H1. At a quarter-million dollars new for the civilian version, it's not too far off of a civilian H1, but you can find used Sherpas for a fraction of that.

    With its snazzy sportback roof, angled nose, and decidedly Lamborghini-esque wheel arches, the Sherpa looks a bit more Dakar Rally than Afghanistan battlefield. Don't let that fool you, this European is plenty tough enough to handle every pothole America's roads can throw at it.

  • Go-Ped Knightrider on Random Military Vehicles You Can Actually Own

    (#20) Go-Ped Knightrider

    They say every angel's idea ultimately winds up doing the devil's duty. Yes, the Razor Scooter has officially taken up arms, albeit in motorized form. The Knightrider from Go-Ped is exactly what you think, and it's been "operationally tested" at least a few times by some pretty serious special forces units. In a way, the Knightrider makes perfect sense: it's dead silent, uses off-road suspension and tires, has a range of 25 miles, and it's good for 19 mph in "turbo boost" mode, which is in no way a reference to David Hasselhoff.

    It might not be the single coolest military vehicle in the world, but the concept of a military scooter is actually kind of brilliant in its own way. Reasonably priced, too, at $4,700 brand new. 

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Every country needs weapons that helping the indomitable soldiers across the globe protect their respective countries. Military vehicles especially attract people’s attention and have also attracted the attention of more car manufacturers. Lucky for you, there are some military vehicles you can actually own. Most of the used military vehicles are expensive, if you look in the right places and the right car brands, there are still some affordable.

Do you want to own a military vehicle? The random tool generates 20 military vehicles that you could actually own, there are not only cars but also some planes, tanks, such as Tucker Snocat, F16 Fighting Falcon.

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