So, I hope this doesn't sound like a bad question or is one you have gotten far too much, but I am trying to plan out a project for the Cadet Corp in my town. It's an engineer corp, and what they really want is a military Hummer. They came to us and showed us how much they cost in America on surplus, and while the price was reasonable should they do good on their fundraising events, sponsors allowing, it's fuel economy is terrible.between 6-11 mpg, or 2.5 - 4.6 km/L. This is unreasonable for us, as while the purpose of the vehicle is very much something even the board had to admit we would enjoy, it doesn't justify the cost and environmental impact. Here is where the fact we don't like saying no to our cadets without exploring every option comes in. We sat down and researched the unique characteristics of the vehicle. The way the Frame and the body work is, primarily, in our eyes, the part we are most interested in. We are also willing to build what we can as we have access to plenty of tools and equipment. I'm not talking milling the individual parts, but we have access to a lot of build resources. We fully know it's better to buy what parts we can, etc etc. I suppose what I'm asking is, is this even feasible? I'm personally having a hard time finding anything regarding the axel arrangement which is probably going to be the harder part. Admittedly, I don't know much regarding the finer details of trucks in general. Would anyone be able to help?