reverendsuede: What a great rig! Sounds great too!
Bob P: I had a Sargeant who once said that somewhere there is a warehouse full of deuce and half heaters!
tristang2112: man, listen to that! that sounds awesome
edwardpham1: you cant get enough of the sound seriously! the engine roars big time!
The "bang for your buck" factor is definitely quite large. I would dare say it's the closest thing to the fabled "$50 Jeep still in the crate" that we'll probably ever see in our lifetime.
MIKE K: Friggin sweet!!!
SpinesGames: i think this is the best looking deuce ive seen on youtube
SpinesGames: @DMR8753 u just need a license
SpinesGames: @testbooster extremely easy. look on ebay and stuff. some online surplus stores carry every single part to
testbooster: how hard is it to get parts for these things?
SpinesGames: any idea where i can get a turbo unit like this?
Bob P: I drove these trucks for over three years in the Army.
They were my least favorite truck to drive
The steering was manual and it steered like it.
A heater was an optional kit of parts in these trucks.
But I will say, It was a tough truck. No matter how much we piled in it and towed a huge trailer it would still go!
I spent many a cold night in Germany in these trucks.
But it was better than sleeping on the ground!
8TH ID 1974
DeRok2008: Do these have over-heating issues?
notalott: i remember them seeing much louder.. like, ear-plug loud..
tigermki: i gotta have one that has the turbo so i can listen to the whistle all day
v8dodge69: Gotta love the sound of that turbo!
SpinesGames: ima get onea these
Dom A: Im gettin one in a month freak YEAh!! sellin my camaro to buy her!! just got into the TXSG and am a volunteer Firefighter so i need this baby!
Beartha Biogas Systems: OMG I want one of those so bad! What insurance covered you?
POUBELLE: Nice Zac Crow: my best guess (and I'm still learning) judging by your plants without it is that your soil was already quite healthy and nutritious. who knows how ALIVE it is without the great white but I'd assume if your soil is healthy enough and had enough composted matter then it would've most likely already a living system throughout. great looking tomatoes! احمد خالد: amazing Joanna Marin: Love outfit #4 Angela QuixoticGirly: Maybe I did, I know some people love them. but I found the Sally Hansen ones to easy right off the bat ; ) Thanks for watching! xo Andrei Maxim: Besides the ramblings of David Wolfe, I'd like to point out that deers do actually shed their antlers every year due to a drop in testosterone. Actually, there is even a video on YouTube with a male buck jumping around and one of his antlers falling down. If you search you'll see a blog post on The Nature Conservancy site that suggests how one might be a "shed hunter" without having a negative impact on the environment. Lagiwer: Wie schnell fährt der? :D