If you’re a fan of truck history you’ll love these rare truck finds. From workhorses to consumer-driven designs, the auto industry has never shied away from creating bold, innovative, and sometimes even a few strange truck designs. Wait until you see the military truck designed and sold by Lamborghini and classic REO Speedwagon fire truck that now calls the Jack Daniel’s Distillery home.
The Lamborghini LM002 existed for seven years between 1986 and 1993. While Lamborghini currently sells cars and SUVs, the company’s forway into trucks was an unusual departure from its history as a supercar manufacturer.
This truck followed the company’s Cheetah and LM001 prototypes. After attempting to developed trucks using a rear-mounted American power plant, the company shifted to the LM002, which moved to a front-mounted Countach V12. Built for military use, the LM002 is part of a short-lived series known as the Lamborghini Militaria.