Cars Meant for War (Zombie Apocalypse)

If you could find The Knight XV from Conquest Vehicles (or already own it) that would be crazy, unlikely, and awesome! It is bullet-proof, so some zombies clawing at it wouldn’t do a thing. But why would you just sit there letting them pound on your window? Run the bastards over with this 6 tons of pure…… Awesomeness?

The only down side to this beauty is its thirst for blood, or more accurate, gas. Which is hopefully, but doubtfully, better than other 11,000-pound, gasoline-powered armored vehicles that typically get about five miles per gallon. I do not know the exact miles per gallon, because is not specified, See here at about 10-11 paragraphs down.

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After you find a car, you still have to fortify it and equip it. I would put some metal sheeting over the windows, but still have a gap to look through and kill through, what is the point of a mobile castle if you can’t fire from it? Or you could have roll-able windows, put them up when unneeded and release them when necessary. This is the beauty of reinforcing a car, you can do what ever YOU think it needs. You are the designer, you get to pick it capabilities. Without money and financing  getting in the way, there is nothing to stop you! And all the motivation in the world!

Adding a snow plow on the front of your car/truck is really effective when trying to plow zombies out of the way. Adding an emergency escape hatch is also necessary, you will need it to shoot from. If you are completely surrounded be Z’s, you can open up the emergency hatch and blast a path to safety. Some cars have this feature pre-built.

Roof Liner Removal Diagram

When choosing a car, I recommend you choose a military vehicle, they are made to go to war, and that is exactly what you will be doing.
I am sure I am missing something here….. Perhaps you could fill me in via the comments section? That would be a very kind favor, from one survivor to another. 😀
Now if you will excuse me, it seems I am under raid!


Zombie apocalypse get away Vehicle

If a zombie apocalypse were to happen, early on, I would recommend a four-wheel drive, two door truck with a camper if it was just you and one or two others. It should have a four-wheel because you might have to run over zombies or drive off road, because most likely the roads will be littered with, crashed cars, barricades etc. Or you would want a four door truck for an average/large family. You should also have one with two gas tanks so you can hold twice as much gas. I would recommend having an entrance to the camper through the trucks back window. So you would have to go outside to access all/most of your gear and supplies. I would have a bed, stove, and maybe a propane refrigerator along with a way to store all of your gear.  With your living space in the back, you could go where ever you needed too until you find a good place to stay and reinforce.

Once your have your car I would reinforce it with a metal fence. Not a flimsy, chain link fence, but a sturdy metal one. Then I would cut a hole in the top and make a hatch for firing out of. Make sure you can shut the hatch in case zombies start to climb onto your car. I might add a snow plow in the front to plow a way through the zombies. Also I would add it so your car doesn’t take the full impact of hitting a zombie in the middle of the road. I might even have some spikes on the front, but then if the spikes don’t kill the zombies, you have  a potential threat stuck right on your car. If you are on your own, I would recommend a dirt bike. It is fast, agile, can ride in almost any terrain, and it has excellent gas mileage. The drawbacks are, that you have no where to sleep, no protection, and can’t take a lot with you, but the idea is that if there were not a lot of Z’s, like one to ten, you could just swerve around them and keep going.


If you have any more ideas on transportation during a zombie apocalypse, let me know down in the comments.

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