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a dozer, mobility will be an issue, cargo capacity also an issue


In the long run it is gonna be alot cheaper to just buy an old one of these and remodel the entire thing...Russian BRDM-2 Amphibious Fighting Vehicle

Maneuverable and cheap to produce the BRDM amphibious Armored Scout car was one of the most effective AFV's produced by the Soviet Union during the cold war. It was widely exported to Armies around the world. Weight is 16,500 Lbs. Length is 5.75 M. Width is 2.75 M. Height is 2.31 M. It has a crew of 4, ( driver, co-driver, Commander and gunner ), it is in excellent running condition and is ready to go.
Price: $13,700.00.


or one of these.... they are great machines.
British FV-432 Fully Armored Personnel Carrier

http://www.armyjeeps.net/FV4321021/british_fv432.htm


or even better British FV-432 With Turret... they are easy to operate and easy to work on.... it is what we do here as a hobby... we restore these things to operational capacity....
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In the long run it is gonna be alot cheaper to just buy an old one of these and remodel the entire thing...Russian BRDM-2 Amphibious Fighting Vehicle

Maneuverable and cheap to produce the BRDM amphibious Armored Scout car was one of the most effective AFV's produced by the Soviet Union during the cold war. It was widely exported to Armies around the world. Weight is 16,500 Lbs. Length is 5.75 M. Width is 2.75 M. Height is 2.31 M. It has a crew of 4, ( driver, co-driver, Commander and gunner ), it is in excellent running condition and is ready to go.
Price: $13,700.00.


or one of these.... they are great machines.
British FV-432 Fully Armored Personnel Carrier

http://www.armyjeeps.net/FV4321021/british_fv432.htm


or even better British FV-432 With Turret... they are easy to operate and easy to work on.... it is what we do here as a hobby... we restore these things to operational capacity....
Go with the Soviet model. At least it's almost street legal, the FV-432 isn't. It's what I envy about the UK, with a tractor license you can drive tracked vehicles on the roads.
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