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Have you ever imagined what life would be life cruising down the strip in a 6 wheeled Mercedes G-Wagon or taking a spin on the lake in used military vehicles designed for both land and water?  After 60 years of countries building up their reserve of military vehicles, some of those vehicles are due to be retired.  Now is your chance to pick up an aging military machine for your own collection, or at least dream about it.  Most of these vehicles in our list can be bought already refurbished but prices can range from a bargain to big bucks.

Check out our list of top military vehicles from around the world you can buy today.

HUMVEE

Country of Origin: USA

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We’ll start out slow with the classic military Humvee.  The Humvee entered service for the US Army in 1984 and has been a workhorse ever since.  The Army is now looking to replace these aging vehicles with newer, more fuel-efficient vehicles so getting your hands on one is pretty straight forward.

With a 6.9 L engine diesel engine, 185 horsepower, and 330 lbs of torque there really isn’t much that this truck can’t do.  Depending on the year, condition, and a number of bullet holes, the price for your very own HUMVEE can range from $5,000 up to $40,000.

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Renault Sherpa

Country of Origin: France

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This HUMVEE-like vehicle is the truck of choice for the French Military as well as NATO.  Released in 2006, this truck packs a mean punch when it comes to power.  The Sherpa is powered by a 4.76-litre diesel engine that delivers 215hp and a whopping 590lb-ft of torque to all four wheels. Some readers might recognize the Sherpa from the famous Dakar Rally.  The truck in that race was the civilian version which Renault sells by special order in Russia, Africa, and the Middle East.  The civilian version is available as a wagon or pickup while the war-zone duty version comes in a fully armored wagon.  This kind of style doesn’t come cheap though, the civilian version currently sells for $272,000 USD.

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