I'm going to buy this rig for $2500. All the fluids have been drained so that's more $ out of my pocket. I have been trying to buy the truck but my duramax has been blowing fuses affecting the transmission delaying my purchase. The IGN 0 fuse blows and when I replace it the problem goes away.
Hauling The 1985 CUCV M1008 Fort Hood Truck Home
All of those military trucks you see came from Fort Hood. I just happen to
live very close to the Fort Hood area. The army surplus had new Humvee
tires $100 no rim, $150 with rim. Lots of tools even a 6.2 injection pump
$125. I need one of them pinnel hitch trailers to go behind my truck cost
$425. The truck is all mine, got the Bill of Sale and will try to get a
title soon. I am proud that I own one of these well maintained solid axle
trucks. I have to find out what all the fluid capacities are in order to
fill it up. Truck has no body damage, no rust, fresh looking filters and
shocks. The wind shield wiper motor is missing hope I can find one.
1985 M1008 First Start
Finally got the chevy running. When I got the truck the fuel filter
housing was removed. I found a replacement housing brand new with new
filter for 10 bucks. I made my own filter housing bracket from a piece of
steel. I put fuel in the tank, filled up the fuel filter, put the gas to
the floor, cranked the engine and soon she came alive.
1984 M1008 First Start
I have a brother that bought one of these rigs before I did. He got his
started on the same day I got my m1008 going.
1987 Chevrolet M1028 D30 CUCV
1987 Chevrolet M1028 D30 CUCV, this vehicle was listed on eBay, but is no
longer available for sale. Yes I know the title in the video is CYCV, just
a simple type-o oversight when making the video.
Military M1009 CUCV Blazer winch pulling out tree stump
My neighbor needed a few tree stumps pulled out of the ground and asked if
I could help with my winch on my 1984 Chevy M1009 CUCV Blazer. The first
one came out like cutting through butter, but did not think of recording it
until after I pulled it. So for the second stump got the camera and this
one was a PITA to get out, so makes for a good video. After cutting a few
roots it came right out and made it look easy, but it took about 45mins to
cut it out to pull. So here is the video, enjoy!
Mechanic Uses Surplus Military Cargo Truck to Save a Life
http://www.GovLiquidation.com - Meet Andy Catsakis, a mechanic who lives on
Windsway Farm in Lovettsville, Virginia. He buys and sells surplus military
trucks and assists his clients with their maintenance.
His vehicles have proven to be useful to Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo
in Maryland, who bought two M35 cargo trucks in order to give safari rides
through their zoo.
But the greatest use of all is the time he transported one of his
neighbors, Jan Scott, to an ambulance in the dead of winter, after Jan
suffered a heart attack and the rescue squad couldn't reach him. For
helping a neighbor in need, we salute you, Andy!
To find military trucks and other surplus items at a location near you,
visit http://www.govliquidation.com/vehicles.html today.
1984 Chevy GMC D30 Military 3/4 ton 14 bolt corprate rear rock climber Diesel 4x4
this here is a sweet Truck i believe the miles are Original and the truck
runs starts and shifts GREAT i have 2 of them the other is more of a desert
storm theme. these diesels are the 6.2 litre and are all converted to 24
volt and fife off with no hesatation if you are looking for a dependable
low mile rig that will always perform with maintanance this is it... Think
of this no Expense was spared on the upkeep they cant afford to break down
when under fire...
CUCV: "Dang that was nuts!"
No one else wanted to go in this thicker mud pit so I had to try it out.
Please excuse the camera man's enthusiasm.