Auction Block: 2015 Terradyne Gurkha RPV

Jul 30, 2019

Category: Rides

If you need an SUV juggernaut that’s ready for post-apocalyptic terrain, Terradyne is your go-to company. Although most of their battle-ready street tanks are meant for the military and law enforcement, they will occasionally cook something up for civilians. For example, this 2015 Terradyne Gurkha RPV is a beast you can own whether you have military credentials or not.

The menacing vehicle features armor with B7/STANAG II levels of ballistic protection, allowing it to survive armor-piercing .50 caliber rounds. Under the hood roars a 6.7-liter 300 horsepower V8 mated to a six-speed 6R140 automatic transmission along with a shift-on-the-fly transfer case. It also has 20-inch Hutchinson headlock wheels, Continental MTP 81 all-terrain run-flat tires, a rotating roof hatch, and a front winch. There are about 1,000 miles on the odometer, so this monster is ready for plenty of missions with its next owner. The current bid is sitting at $110,000 with a few days left, so act fast.

Purchase: $110,000+

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