Volunteers from the Zaporizhzhya Volunteer Association charity foundation modernized the Hummer army all-terrain vehicle, which came from California, at their repair base. The other day they made another car, and in total they have already made about a dozen of them. The improvement is as follows. At a service station, an armored Hummer pickup truck is turned into a roomy van that can be used to transport the wounded, personnel, ammunition, food and much more, TSN reports.
To do this, the Hummer is equipped with an insulated superstructure on a tubular steel frame. It has a high roof and doors with sliding windows on both sides. Seats, footrests for ease of boarding and disembarking, stretcher slats, a damper floor, and lighting are installed inside. The entire work takes about three weeks. The result is a multi-functional vehicle for our frontline defenders.