Welcome to the Site for

M151 Military Utility Tactical Truck (MUTT) Enthusiasts

This site has been published and is maintained to serve as a point of reference and meeting place for all those with an interest in the history, restoration, and use of the M151 MUTT and all of its variants. It is our hope that enthusiasts, whatever their experience and specific interest in this amazing machine, will enjoy and gain from their visit.

We have tried to ensure that all information on this site is accurate, and that all images are correctly annotated and credited to the appropriate source. However, with so many thousands of images available from so many sources, mistakes can arise, and if you should spot any image or information that you feel has been published in error, then please let us know at mudslingers@live.co.uk.

Also, there are images of army personnel and others included in some photographs. If any individual would prefer us not to use a photograph of him or herself on this site, then please contact us so that it can be removed.




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  • M151

    First of the M151's, designed and built by Ford Motor Company from 1960, to replace the M38 and M38A1 jeeps used in Korea.


  • M151 A1

    The second version of the M151, produced by Ford from 1964.


  • M151 A1C

    The variant of the M151 A1 equipped with a recoiless rifle.


  • M151 A1D

    The tactical nuclear variant.


  • M718

    A front-line ambulance


  • M151 A2

    The revised A151, produced from 1970, and still in service 1999.


  • M718 A1

    The front-line ambulance variant of the A2


  • M825

    A variant of the A2 equipped with recoiless rifle.


  • M151 A2 FAV

    The Fast Assault Vehicle variant.


  • M151 A2 TOW

    The TOW anti-tank missile variant of A2.


  • M1051

    The fire-fighting variant.


  • MRC108

    The Forward Air Control variant of the M151 A2.


  • On The Road

    Click on the link on the LHS Menu Bar to open up the sub-menu. You will find tips about verifying the age of an M151, taxing, insuring and registering it for the UK roads


  • Restorations

    When you feel that restoration is driving you crazy, take a look here and find advice, inspiration, and just a little touch of madness...


  • Rollover Problems?

    The M151 series are all, to some degree, "tarred with the same brush". But how much have the rollover problems been exagerated?


  • Small Ads

    For Sale and Wanted... Members adverts related to M151s. Please submit yours by email.


  • Links

    Some other websites that might interest you.


  • Contact Us

    Contact us here with your queries, comments or contributions, or email mudslingers@live.co.uk


THE M151 Military Utility Tactical Truck
1978 M151 A2, owned and restored  by Simon Frogley

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