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!!!
spiker84: i think this is the best looking deuce ive seen on youtube
spiker84: @DMR8753 u just need a license
spiker84: @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?
spiker84: 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!
spiker84: 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?