This vehicle was originally developed by Teledyne Continental Motors, Terrestrial Propulsion Division in 1984 as a Lightweight, Highly Mobile Weapons Carrier, Reconnaissance and Scout Vehicle Prototype (“LFV”) for the United States Military.
Identified as Serial Number 3SF5626-501-002 by Teledyne Continental Motors. This was the second prototype made. Only two others known to remain in the world (and both don’t run). With links to the Lamborghini Cheetah design project which was acquired by Teledyne Continental Motors during HMMWV design competition between Teledyne Continental Motors, Chrysler/General Dynamics, Cadillac Gage, and AM General in the late 1970’s.
Ropkey Armor Museum in Indianapolis, IN acquired the vehicle from L3 Corp at their Muskegon Michigan plan, which was formerly known as Teledyne Continental Motors, Terrestrial Propulsion Division. The vehicle went through a complete ground up restoration and upgrade by OffShore OffRoad Custom’s in Nantucket, MA to make it street legal and we obtained a Massachusetts Vehicle Identification number.
Powered by its original BMW 2.4L 6 Cylinder Turbo Diesel Engine, and AWD automatic transmission, this beast is road ready! This is truly a unique and special vehicle which garners a lot of welcomed attention. Available for Purchase.
ASKING: $495,000. Serious Inquiries Only.