Military vehicles almost always generate some sort of innovation or technical marvel that finds its way into production vehicles. The AMC Mighty Mite seen here was full of them, from an aluminum body to a full synchromesh gearbox. However, relatively short-lived production means they are few and far between today. Only 4,000 were to be put in production, but the final number was even less. The main goal of the Mighty Mite was to create a capable 4WD that could fit within the payload restrictions of Vietnam-era helicopters. Although it did this, changes in helicopter performance – primarily the debut of the venerable Huey, with its higher cargo limits – meant the Mighty Mite was effectively obsolete before it saw mass use. But the innovations lived on, with the extensive use of aluminum a common weight-savings tactic in many vehicles today.
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