Bad Boy Truck
The Bad Boy is a luxury conversion of a tactical vehicle built for the U.S. Army by Stewart & Stevenson. The diesel-powered Bad Boy is 21 feet long, 10 feet tall and 8 feet wide, and has room for three adult passengers in the front seat. The all-wheel drive vehicle can run 72 mph, and it can carry a 5,000-pound payload. It offers 22-inch ground clearance, and it can ford water 30 to 60 inches deep. It can also climb grades as steep as 60 percent. The truck comes equipped with a Central Tire Inflation System that has settings for off road, mud and snow. The tire system can also keep the tire inflated even if it has a hole the size of a quarter in the sidewall. The truck comes with a 58-gallon tank and can carry passengers 400+ miles, depending upon the payload.
For adventure seekers who want the ultimate in security and protection as they travel abroad, the Bad Boy HMT can be equipped with a cabin filtration system to protect occupants against nuclear radiation, biological contaminants and chemical agents.
“The truck comes with a 58-gallon tank and can carry passengers 400+ miles” Let’s see: 400 miles/58 gallons = 6.9 MPG, but that looks like it’s for passengers only. You probably wouldn’t do as well if hauling a 5000 lb payload or towing a 21000 lb load.
Base price: $225,000
Fully loaded “NBC” (nuclear, biological and chemical) version: $750,000
[The “NBC” version can] detect and block out fallout from nuclear, biological and chemical weapons by over-pressurizing the cab with filtered, clean air..