1960 Ferret Scout Tank MKII-4100% Badass.
Winning Bid: $29,000
ONLINE ONLY AUCTION at www.classicpromenade.com.
Free To Bid. Inspection reports available. See full photos, videos and more. Auction Dates: Oct 11-20, 2020
2020 has proven to be an unpredictable time to say the least. With so much economic and political uncertainty, the best thing any American can do right now is be prepared. So you’ve already got 10,000+ rounds of ammunition, enough rations to last 4 years, and you’ve converted half of your cash into gold and silver and it’s now buried in a safe somewhere in your backyard… what’s next?
The answer is a tank. This Tank.
Exercise your right to bear arms! Keep anarchists, home invaders, and those who don’t share you political ideologies off your property with this excellent first line of defense. This 1960 Ferret Scout Tank MkII-4 is also highly maneuverable, perfect for quick trips across a barren wasteland to ransack whatever is left of your local supermarket. There is being prepared. And then there is being prepared.
Seriously, this is a real, operable tank believed to have been originally commissioned by the Malta Military. This is the MKII-4 model, which features slightly heavier armor plating over standard models. To answer the question we know you’re all thinking, no, the Browning M1919 machine gun is real but is for show only, having had the side plate removed. Though what you do with this tank once you buy it is completely up to you!
This Ferret does not have a title or export permits. But who’s going to try to pull you over in this? It has a maximum speed of 45 mph, a 21 gallon fuel tank, a 24 volt electrical system, and cool matching helmets for you and your crew.
We do know that this tank underwent a thorough restoration by John Bizal in Prior Lake, MN. This Ferret was inspected and the report is available for your review. It will not disappoint. This is being sold on a bill of sale only, without a title.
It’s better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it. Think about that as you ask yourself, how prepared are you really?
For more information and details, please call, email or text Harry Clark at +1.602.245.7200 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Scout is able to be viewed in New Mexico.