As a marine engine goes, the Vantage’s four-cylinder, four-stroke, three-speed diesel engine is pretty impressive.

It has a torque of 3,100 lb-ft of torque, a power-to-weight ratio of 8.8:1, and a range of up to 4,200 miles.

But the Vantec Vantage is still a little slow in traffic and can’t match the speed of a big rig or jetliner.

And while the VANTEC Vantage engine does its job well, it’s not a great fit for the modern diesel engine.

To make matters worse, the engine has been around for over 60 years and has been largely forgotten.

That’s not the case with the Vantic engine.

The Vantic is a diesel engine with a turbine that produces 1,000 horsepower and an output of 1,250 cubic feet of thrust.

It’s a turbocharged four- cylinder engine that delivers 1,200 horsepower and a whopping 1,500 horsepower.

That makes the Vante a hybrid powerplant.

It’s not that the Vancans diesel engine has no merit.

It is a very good one.

The Vantage, in particular, has some very good power.

However, the diesel engine that powered the Vance until the 1960s has fallen into a sad state of disrepair.

The engine is also a bit old.

The engine was originally designed in 1955 by Charles E. Buss, the same engineer who designed the engine that was used on the Vanta and the Vans Turbo.

The turbine is still in use and was originally used to power the engines turbines.

The Buss turbine is also still in service.

The Buss engines are a good way to go for diesel power.

The fuel in the engines is much cleaner than gasoline, and the fuel efficiency is also much higher.

It also makes sense for the engines to have both a fuel injector and turbine that can make more power.

It gives the engines more torque, which is especially important on long, heavy runs.

The turbine, however, is very small and its design has made it susceptible to corrosion.

The diesel engine, like all diesel engines, is built on a cast-iron cylinder.

This means that when you replace the cylinder, you lose the original steel.

The cast iron is a bit less robust than steel and corrosion will damage the cast iron.

And the turbine is a large steel cylinder that has a tendency to catch on fire when it is not properly balanced.

In the 1970s, the Buss Diesel team took the B-1 turbine and made it a hybrid.

The result is the Vandy Diesel.

It offers up to 5,000 hp of power and can be driven for up to 9,000 miles.

The first Vandy diesel engine was made in 1984.

In the early 1990s, they produced two more Vandy diesels, the first of which was the VANETRA.

In 2005, they introduced the VANCETRA II.

The second was the BANDA.

In 2010, the last of the B.B. BOSS diesel engines was made.

The original BOSS engines were the V.T. engine and were used by the United States Marine Corps until the early 2000s.

The engines have been replaced by the VASCARI and VANETS.

The ANTHEO engine is a hybrid of the V1 and V2 engines.

The ATHEO has an output from 1,400 to 2,200 hp and a fuel injection system that uses a combination of diesel fuel and a jet fuel.

In 2013, the Navy ordered a fleet of 20 B.A.B.(Big Boat) diesel diesel engines.

The Navy ordered about 3,500 VANTS, or B. A. B. engines.

In 2016, the Marine Corps ordered two more B. B.-style engines for its Marine Expeditionary Force.

The first was the D.A., or Diesel Advanced Advanced Combat Engine, and it will be used for combat.

It will be based on the BOSS engine.

The Navy plans to have the engines delivered in 2021.

The Marine Corps also ordered two additional diesel engines that will be available for future uses.

The D.S. is a small diesel engine from the BAST engine family.

The Marine Corps plans to begin using these engines by 2021.

While the engines are no longer being built, the Marines are still working on a diesel upgrade to the A.C.M.S.-D.A.-V.A..

The Navy plans on upgrading the ATS-D.

S to the C.



A (Continuous Active Tank System).

The Marines will upgrade the AIT-D to the DART-D-C.

B (Dual Tank Active Tank Systems).

The Marine Expeditionaries and Maritime Protection Squadron (MEPS) is working on this project

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