U.S. G.I. General Dynamics M1161 ITV-LSV 4×4 Growler

U.S. G.I. General Dynamics M1161 ITV-LSV 4×4 Growler
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U.S. G.I. General Dynamics M1161 ITV-LSV 4×4 Growler

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$35,000.00
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Description

The ultimate in boy’s toys is here. An extremely rare vehicle that only a few people in the entire world own. If you need a more powerful truck than this, you’re probably looking for the wrong vehicle. The Growler was conceived by Growler Manufacturing and Engineering during the late 1990s in reaction to the US Marine Corps’ need for a light strike vehicle that could be carried by a V-22 Osprey and other troop aircraft. General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems were contracted to build the vehicle in four-seat and two seat variants. This example is a four-seater M1161 model finished in DOD 383 Camouflage Green and features D-ring tie-downs on the front, rear, and both sides, a roll cage with provisions for a top-mounted machine gun, and a green bikini-style top. The M1161 Growler is powered by a 2.8-liter turbo diesel inline-four paired with a four-speed automatic transmission, 4x4 and a dual-range transfer case. Instrumentation consists of an 85-mph speedometer, an inclinometer, and gauges for oil pressure, coolant temperature, fuel level for each of the two fuel tanks, and battery voltage. The digital display on the speedometer indicates engine hours, and true mileage is unknown. With a nearly unlimited number of attachment points, and covered passenger compartment and a long wheelbase, the Growler might be appropriately repurposed as the best jobsite vehicle you have ever owned. Or own it for the ultimate ATV. Cannot be sold to foreign buyers or exported out of the U.S.A. Genuine US Military Surplus. Made in the USA. Serial No./ VIN: ITV243. Model year: 2012. 198 miles.

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The ultimate in boy’s toys is here. An extremely rare vehicle that only a few people in the entire world own. If you need a more powerful truck than this, you’re probably looking for the wrong vehicle. The Growler was conceived by Growler Manufacturing and Engineering during the late 1990s in reaction to the US Marine Corps’ need for a light strike vehicle that could be carried by a V-22 Osprey and other troop aircraft. General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems were contracted to build the vehicle in four-seat and two seat variants. This example is a four-seater M1161 model finished in DOD 383 Camouflage Green and features D-ring tie-downs on the front, rear, and both sides, a roll cage with provisions for a top-mounted machine gun, and a green bikini-style top. The M1161 Growler is powered by a 2.8-liter turbo diesel inline-four paired with a four-speed automatic transmission, 4x4 and a dual-range transfer case. Instrumentation consists of an 85-mph speedometer, an inclinometer, and gauges for oil pressure, coolant temperature, fuel level for each of the two fuel tanks, and battery voltage. The digital display on the speedometer indicates engine hours, and true mileage is unknown. With a nearly unlimited number of attachment points, and covered passenger compartment and a long wheelbase, the Growler might be appropriately repurposed as the best jobsite vehicle you have ever owned. Or own it for the ultimate ATV. Cannot be sold to foreign buyers or exported out of the U.S.A. Genuine US Military Surplus. Made in the USA. Serial No./ VIN: ITV243. Model year: 2012. 198 miles.

Does it run?

Yes it runs fine. This would be a great restoration project for any serious collector.

Are these actual photos of the unit or are they generic photos?

Yes these are the actual photos of the vehicle.