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La Aduana: ELSORV Special Forces Prototype

So you’re a wealthy auto enthusiast with $280,000 burning a hole in your pocket. A Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Aston Martin is out of the question because your wife says you need something safe with room for four. But you can’t just buy a Porsche or Mercedes because all of your neighbors drive those, and honestly they just can’t rock crawl the way you want. So what should you do? We’ve just the thing for you! Named the SRATS ELSORV for  Specialized Reconnaissance Assault Transport System & Enhanced Logistical Support Off Road Vehicle, this truck can take you just about anywhere you would want to go while sporting the latest in tactical styling.

Available in an aircraft black or desert tan finish, this practical truck comes loaded with all the options you’ve come to expect from a modern family vehicle. Whether your afternoon drive leads you to the local country club or through an active war zone, you can be sure your passengers are traveling in comfort thanks to four luxurious cloth wrapped bucket seats and an overhead cooling and ventilation system. Additionally a customized turbo-diesel engine coupled to an Allison transmission provides plenty of power for every day driving activities like passing slow drivers, cruising at highway speeds, ascending a hill, or ramming through an enemy blockade on the way to the grocery store.

But while that’s all well and good, lets not forget that safety is key in today’s world. That’s why the ELSORV comes with a full range of standard safety features built with class leading technology. Instead of normal seatbelts, a full racing harness system was installed in every seat to keep your family secured while on the road and on the trail. You’ll also find that the manufacturer decided the side airbags found in many SUVs were inadequate for impact protection and opted instead for Armox steel plating from British Aerospace. This reinforced body allows you to enjoy your drive through the country with peace of mind, knowing that your family is simultaneously protected from fender benders and small arms fire up to 7.62×39 caliber.

If you are looking for a unique vehicle that is the epitome of tactical styling, off road luxury, and practical daily use, the SRATS ELSORV is the choice for you.

Check it out on Ebay Motors here:

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Here’s a look at what the seller has to say:

There are no known armored light tactical military vehicles in the world that can catch or follow this vehicle in off-road environments – especially extreme off-road traverse.

This 5 passenger vehicle is powered by a customized turbo diesel engine and Allison transmission.

It is armored against small arms fire and is in near new condition.

Armored cab manufactured using ARMOX armor by British Aerospace – BAE – through its subsidiary Armor Holdings.

Armor rated for 7.62×39 FMJ (Full Metal Jacket).

Vehicle for sale comes in AIRCRAFT BLACK FINISH as seen in photos. Off road demonstration photos taken of an identical ELSORV (not for sale) in desert tan finish.

The vehicle has been minimally driven and maintained in superb operating condition by our technicians.

This vehicle is not certified for use on public roads but could be upgraded for such.

This is a truly one of a kind vehicle with capabilities and attributes beyond the reach of any other military or civilian off road platform.

Specifications and details are available to qualified buyers including future parts sustainability.

Maintenance manuals are included, and you have the option of purchasing our professional off road driver training if you desire.

 

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Chris didn’t receive a real taste of the outdoors until moving to Prescott, Arizona, in 2009. While working on his business degree, he learned to fly and spent his weekends exploring the Arizona desert and high country. It was there that he fell in love with backcountry travel and four-wheel drive vehicles, eventually leading him to Overland Journal and Expedition Portal. After several years of honing his skills in writing, photography, and off-road driving, Chris now works for the company full time as Expedition Portal's Managing Editor.