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Old 19-08-16, 04:53
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Default M151 Mutt 6x6

Hi all I am looking for info on a M151 Mutt 6x6.
Maker, units made, price, and parts.
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Old 19-08-16, 05:30
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I can almost guarantee that is a weld-together.
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Old 19-08-16, 05:37
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Reminds me of the 6x6 iltis that built by a few RCEME boys
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Old 20-08-16, 00:40
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The US Army trialed an 8x8, possibly a 6x6? But I'm sure there was no series production.

See my webpage http://www.mapleleafup.nl/fordm151/
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Old 20-08-16, 01:29
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There was a XM408, but it was based on the early M151. The truck shown by the original poster is a M151A2, and judging by the roll cage and grill cover a ex-Canadian one at that.
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Old 20-08-16, 15:56
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Definitely not an issue vehicle, but someone's "inspiration" at play.
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74-????? M151A2 plated and on the road
70-08876 M38A1 ready for the road
53-71233 M100CDN trailer manufactured by MCI ready for the road

Wow! All three green beasties run!
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Old 24-08-16, 23:59
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I remember people in the lower 48 welding this kind of stuff together, get out the plasma cutter and make it a 151A2 again,
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Old 25-08-16, 00:29
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Default Seen one.....

....very similar and blue....

West side of Highway 17 North of Petawawa before North Bay........

Weirdly attractive!!!!

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