Military Surplus Vehicle Dealers
Millions of military vehicles (trucks, jeeps, ambulances, motorcycles, tracked armor, and others) have been produced for the armed forces of the world. Many thousands of these have finished their service life but found new careers in civilian hands. This civilian market has a network of dealers who sell the vehicles, stock parts, and provide services that keep the MVs in service for decades.
U.S. Army 25th Infantry Division (Light) vehicles await loading aboard the strategic sealift reserve vehicle cargo ship Cape Horn (T-AKR-5068) for transport to Thailand for exercise Cobra Gold '89, 15 February 1989.
Military Surplus Vehicle Dealers and Suppliers Database
Olive-Drab.com has the most comprehensive database of military vehicle suppliers (dealers, manufacturers of parts and vehicles, services) anywhere on the Internet. Use the Military Supplier Index on the bottom of any page of Olive-Drab.com to find military vehicle and parts dealers by name. Or, you can use the Olive-Drab.com Search Page to find suppliers by any search word or by geographical location. The Search page can be reached by clicking Search at the top right of any Olive-Drab.com page.
Military Jeeps at Besko (www.besko.nl)
Be sure to read the section on Military Vehicle Government Auctions to learn how you can buy directly from the U.S. Government if you are interested in going that route. Other sections of the Olive-Drab.com Military Vehicle Guide provide all you need to know to get started buying and maintaining a military vehicle of your own.
Click here for Introductory Information About Military Vehicle Dealers
Help Keep the Military Vehicle Supplier Database Up to Date
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A U.S. Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia through Iran (the Persian corridor). Captain J. Priggee, Newark, New Jersey, and Lieutenant. S. McClure, Nashville, Tennessee, leaders of the truck convoy, are about to start out at dawn. The convoy Captain rides in a jeep at the rear and the Lieutenant in a jeep leading the way. 1943.
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