Canadian Troops Disassemble, Reassemble Jeep in 3 Minutes

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At a parade in Halifax in July, 2009, Canadian troops drove into town in a Willys jeep. They stopped, stripped it apart, put it back together again, and drove away in three minutes.

via Ace of Spades HQ

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This is strategy is practiced in order that the military's last vehicle can be hidden, thus preventing politicians from the Bloc Quebecois from stealing it.
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Yeah, couldn't do that on anything with modern brakes (brake box is unboosted and on the frame) modern steering (shaft is solid tube from the box), or modern electronics (only switch on the frame is the brakes and there are only two wires needed for the engine electrics too). FWIW, on the stock M38a1 the windshield and hood are hinged to come off and the gas tank is under the drivers seat. This one can also have its grille removed

And since they ride like a donkey cart, nobody would notice the lack of body mounts. The engine can't run long without water, but it's tough. It was one of the first engines with positive crankcase pressure (and a pcv valve) that allowed it to run under water (with snorkles).

Good job on the part of the drill team to plan that out and execute it. It's just as cool as flinging a fake rifle around in my opinion

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