100% Road Legal + Ideal As A Post-Apocalyptic Daily Driver – WW2-Era White M16 MGMC Half-Track

The White M16 MGMC Half-Track was originally developed to fulfill an anti-aircraft role during WW2, with its M45 Quadmount of Browning M2 .50 caliber machine guns. It soon found favour with infantry troops thanks to its ability to cut down considerable numbers of enemy soldiers and vehicles at some distance, Allied troops nicknamed the White M16 MGMC “The Meat Chopper”.

The White Motor Company designed the M16 MGMC (Machine Gun Motor Carriage) as an iteration of the M13 MGMC and M14 MGMC vehicles, all of which share many components with the M3. The total length of the M16 is 21 ft 4 in (6.5 meters) with a 135.5 in (3.44 meter) wheelbase, it’s 7 ft 1 in (2.16 meters) wide, and 7 ft 8 in (2.34 meters) high, with a total weight of 9.9 US tons (8,981 kilograms). Continue reading

The REAX Fairmount Riding Shirt – With A Full 140 GSM Aramid Lining

The REAX Fairmount Riding Shirt was developed to offer significantly more protection than a regular shirt, specifically for urban motorcyclists who don’t want to wear regular motorcycle jackets due to heat or other factors.

Each Fairmount has a full 140 gsm Aramid knit lining, this is one of the strongest fibres known to science, and it’s used in a slew of aerospace and military applications, as well as for ballistic-rated body armor fabric and ballistic composites.

The shirt also has a 100% polyester air flow mesh lining, with a 67% cotton, 33% polyester outer layer, a hidden YKK center zipper, and SAS-TEC CE Level 2 (certified to EN 1621-1) armor in the shoulders and elbows. There’s also a pocket for an optional back protector which is offered for sale separately. Continue reading