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Ultimate Zombie Killer: The Landmaster

Posted in Best of, FAIL / Funny, Funny, Funny Videos, Videos by MrAngry | June 2nd, 2012 | 3 Responses |

Damnation Alley - Landmaster

OK – all I know is that this sucker is from the 1977 film “Damnation Alley” and that it stars George Peppard (The A-Team) and Jan-Michael Vincent (Airwolf). It’s got a nuclear apocalypse, hillbilly zombies and of course, armor plated cockroaches!

Pure awesomeness!

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  1. djrosa says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landmaster
    after some digging i found this seems like a interesting build

  2. to prove that it kills they should kill people!!

  3. Anonymous Coward says:

    Completely impractical. Where are you going to find one of those? I would get a common rental truck, 20-26ft, bolt up aluminum diamond plate to the exterior, furnish the inside with a bed, a sink and a toilet. Who are you impressing? On the inside I would have a generator, At least 20 or 30 gallons of extra fuel, and a gun rack that includes a pump shotgun, a 44. magnum revolver, and a rifle with a scope. Those guns were picked for simplicity and power. I would have a set of cutco cooking knives, and a few other knives. No chainsaws or stuff like that. Too messy and impractical. I would bulk up on ammo. I would have a toolbox with simple tools like screwdrivers, duct tape, and wrenches. I would make sure I have a gas siphon, and a pair of bolt cutters. I would cut a hatch to the cab, and then completely seal the back door. I wont need it at all. I would bulk up the door locks, and take off the outside handles. I would only need the drivers side one, and I would have it at all times to open the door from the outside. I would put on layers of windsheild glass to all the windows, and then put aluminum cross beams over the windows for security. I would have bottles of motor oil, brake fluid, power steering fluid, and all the other various fluids the engine needs. I would have jacks and jack stands in the truck, oil filters, spark plugs, headlights, various sized tubing for broken engine tubes, brake pads, possibly a new brake disk, At least 4 spare tires for the trucks 6, A small gas air cpmpressor, welding supplies, numbers of many mechanics still operating, spare batteries and a battery charger, and lots of food and water.