Bug-out truck?

Discussion in 'Vehicle & Transportation' started by mrghostwalker, Oct 16, 2010.

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  1. mrghostwalker

    mrghostwalker Well-Known Member

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    Check out what this guy built, it's amazing! He does good work too!
    Gypsy Wagon
     
  2. mdprepper

    mdprepper I sold my soul to The_Blob. He had candy...

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  3. *Andi

    *Andi Supporting Member

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    I with mdprepper, I want one too!!!! :D Very nice!
     
  4. ajsmith

    ajsmith Well-Known Member

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    That's some real skills there!
     
  5. bugoutbob

    bugoutbob Work in progress

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    Stumbled across this today. Surely is pretty. I don't think I would want to see what kind of mileage he gets, but I love it
     
  6. teotwaki

    teotwaki Firearms Forum Moderator

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    Ran across this one in SoCal Craigslist (not my vehicle!)

    http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/cto/3493162752.html

    2006 stealth bug out camper box truck - $10999 (Orange County)
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    Four 12v 68w solar panels 5'x 9'
    Two new AGM 6v batteries
    Exteriour security lights
    Insulation 13-18 Rvalue
    Deep double sink
    Three way fridge (Gas, 12v, mains)
    Convertable sofa/bed
    Three burner stove with oven
    Oak ply countertops
    30 gal fresh water storage
    Stocked bugout pantry
    Camping gear (sleeping bags, chairs, coolers,ect)
    ... and lots more

    Base vehicle description;
    Ford 2006 E-350, Cutaway, SWB Automatic,AC, Radio, WiFi antenna, new tires with warrenty and spare, recent oil and fluids change, reg good till june 2013.
     
  7. ONEOLDCHIEF

    ONEOLDCHIEF Well-Known Member

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    Nice, but looks heavy...
     
  8. HamiltonFelix

    HamiltonFelix Part Time Good Guy

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    The Gypsy Wagon is a thing of beauty and clearly a labor of love. It is not a bugout vehicle. It is a bugout home.

    The white hi-cube van above is totally unremarkable, looks like the vehicles used by a million businesses. While I personally like lifted 4x4's, offroad capability, brush guards, etc. I'd have to say that a white work van is about the ultimate in "urban camouflage," and it should be able to carry quite a bit.