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Evil Dr. Porkchop

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My former CUCV II Tahoe. 350 Gasser, converted to 12v while in service. Purchased from Government Liquidation in Massachusetts.
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Repainted to 383 green by myself then eventually sold to Gunner_USN in MN.
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My former CUCV II Tahoe. 350 Gasser, converted to 12v while in service. Purchased from Government Liquidation in Massachusetts.
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Repainted to 383 green by myself then eventually sold to Gunner_USN in MN.
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And what the current state is now! Thank you Evil Dr. Porkchop.

upgrades as follows:
- LED Heads Lights
- Cruise Control
- HD Bluetooth Stereo
- CB Radio
- New CV mini shafts
- New Tires
- New Starter
- New Battery
 

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Picked this up last year from GP out of Lansing, Mi. 1997 with 100k on it. Did I mention that I'm still looking for a brush guard? As you can see, after I got the red paint off it says FMS, which I am guessing is foreign military sales.....unless someone knows otherwise. Also note that there are mustaches on the rabbit, the hood, the tailgate and the 4" tail pipe.
 

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pevrs114

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Picked this up last year from GP out of Lansing, Mi. 1997 with 100k on it. Did I mention that I'm still looking for a brush guard? As you can see, after I got the red paint off it says FMS, which I am guessing is foreign military sales.....unless someone knows otherwise. Also note that there are mustaches on the rabbit, the hood, the tailgate and the 4" tail pipe.

FMS sounds an awful lot like OMS, an Army abbreviation for a certain level maintenance shop. The numbering system looks consistent with shop markings.
 

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That's a good looking security forces blazer up there! Was the steering wheel gouged in about 50 places by a pocketknife? That's how you can tell it was sf without the decals. Was once posted in a early 2000s lssv that had that done to it....I wanted to cry.
 

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That's a good looking security forces blazer up there! Was the steering wheel gouged in about 50 places by a pocketknife? That's how you can tell it was sf without the decals. Was once posted in a early 2000s lssv that had that done to it....I wanted to cry.
When your hands at 10 and 2 there is a grove for your thumb! :(
 

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Hi guys, a thread according to my taste.
With Warthogs help i was able to get the CUCV II over the Atlantic, i still appreciate your support.
The Ex Iowa Air National Guard PickUp got now 65k on it.

List of Updates:
-MERDC Sand Paintjob
-Fluid Film rustproofing complete body
-New Sunvisors
-New Driverdoorhandle
-New CUCV Shackle`s
-New Gray Stanadyne PMD Module last version
-New Harnes to PMD (was defekt)
-New Dieselfilter
-Strainless Steel Screws/Nuts/etc. for the complete Troopseat assembly
-New H4 Headlights, Signal and Taillamps
-New Armrest in correct color
-New Batteries Optima Red Top --> New Batteries Optima Yellow Top
-Install Alpine MP3/CD AUX Radio
-Radio Antenna (was missing)
-Install Crunch GP800 active Subwoofer under Seatbench
-Coverking Ballistic Canvas Seatbench Cover in Desert tan
-New CDR Valve
-New Glowplugs
-New Frontwheel Hub and Bearing
-New Power Stop Drilled and Slotted Rotors + Brake Pads
-New Ball Joint Ti Rod Kit
-New CV Axle Driverside
-New 4" Dyamond Eye Exhoust System
-New Electric Fuel Pump
-K&N Airfilter
-New Clamps for Airfilter (was missing, found one inside the housing)
-New Underhoodlamp (was missing)
-New Steel Side Mirrors (Old Style)
-New BFG AT 245 --> thinking about swap to 265 or 285`s
-Installed CUCV Antenna Radio System
-New Cargo Cover Assembly
-IOWA Sticker

The first trip Harbour ---> Home
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Hamburg City Nights
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The Countryside
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Artillerydan

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Well this is a 1996 CUCV II ex Air Force surplussed out of Barstow. Came with ALL the records since it left GM to the time of disposal. Last posting was Nellis AFB.

I had to remove the Blue & Red light covers since it is illegal here to have Blue lights of any kind on the vehicle.

I did it up as a EOD vehicle since I still had so much gear left over for display from my EOD M151A2.

Sadly my son is using as his daily driver since he blew up his M1009.

Still need to get the AC working and have the battery discharge issue that seems to a be prevalent problem.

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Humvee1538

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I have a NOS brushguard that I want $700 for, let me know.

1942 GPW script
1942 GPW script
1943 MB sold
1944 GPW
1943 WLA sold
1952 M38 sold
1951 M38 sold
1956 M38A1sold
1961 M151 sold
1965 M151A1 sold
1966 M718
1967 M35 sold
1984 M1009 sold
1986 M1009
1986 M1009
1986 M1025 HMMWV sold
1994 Military Blazer sold
1999 CUCV Tahoe
1999 CUCV Tahoe
1999 CUCV Tahoe
2000 M1030A1 KLR 650
M101 Trailer
 

Stonepicker1

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Which one is it for?

I have a NOS brushguard that I want $700 for, let me know.

1942 GPW script
1942 GPW script
1943 MB sold
1944 GPW
1943 WLA sold
1952 M38 sold
1951 M38 sold
1956 M38A1sold
1961 M151 sold
1965 M151A1 sold
1966 M718
1967 M35 sold
1984 M1009 sold
1986 M1009
1986 M1009
1986 M1025 HMMWV sold
1994 Military Blazer sold
1999 CUCV Tahoe
1999 CUCV Tahoe
1999 CUCV Tahoe
2000 M1030A1 KLR 650
M101 Trailer
 
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