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Bonus! The Cadillac Gage Boneyard: V-150, Stingray, LAV-600
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I was able to use some of my connections to see what "legacy vehicles" Textron Marine & Land Systems has in storage... Not very pretty, but they'd like to restore them & put them on display in a showroom someday...



V-150 Commando





Stingray II?







LAV-600 (minus turret)







LAV-600 turret



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I always liked that Stingray and think it would have been a good replacement for the Sheridan.

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I agree,

IIRC the Thai Army have them but are having problems keeping them operational. Mostly due to lack of funds. I guess that's what happens when you buy a system that a major power doesn't use. Parts are unique and can be quite expensive. Unlike the M41's they use. They always make the news when there's a coup.

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Neil-
Thanks for posting these! I would love to talk to your contact if he/she would be interested. Have several cad gage questions.

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Dave,
Not sure how much I can really help, but I'll shoot you a PM.

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The 'commando' is a Dragoon I suspect...

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Really??? If so its in a very odd place...

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Not really Cadillac-gage produced all of Arrowpoints prototypes apparently.

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I must say (comparing to the pics on your site), the upper hull doesnt look right to me for a Dragoon and looks more like a V-150 but perhaps you are seeing something I'm not... Or perhaps its some sort of prototype inbetween?

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I wonder if they are looking for an experienced 'Restoration Specialist'.....??

Hmmmmmm Wink

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- Neil_Baumgardner
I must say (comparing to the pics on your site), the upper hull doesnt look right to me for a Dragoon and looks more like a V-150 but perhaps you are seeing something I'm not... Or perhaps its some sort of prototype inbetween?

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Yeah I think it is as well. The double doors are an indicator for a Dragoon but I think that's the first one I have seen with them on both sides.

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neil
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Ah, okay.... Here's why I'd say its more of a V-150 than a Dragoon:

1) Upper front hull. In the V-150 there is a drop from the crew compartment to the hull. On the Dragoon the diagonal line from the hull to the top of the crew compartment continues without such a major drop/break.
2) The Dragoon's driver windshield vision blocks are three-piece (modified from the M113's blocks?). The V-150 has more conventional vision blocks.
3) Overall, the Commando features smoother, cleaner lines. The Dragoon has harder, sharper edges/lines.

Overall, I'd call it a V-150 Commando - albeit perhaps with some Dragoon features (double doors). Although this could well be a Cadillac Gage prototype feature that wasnt initially used in production Commandos but later re-appeared on the Dragoon...

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And then again it could be the TMLS-150

An Arrowpoint Dragoon hull with ASV/M1117 guts...

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Is the Stingray the same as the XM8?
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