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Chevy or Dodge van, late eighties to early nineties (they're roomier), with bulletproof glass, honeycombed tires, plating on the sides and bottom, plus extra protection around the engine and some steel storm shutters for the windows, doors, and tires, all accessible and used from the interior, and some spotlights on the side mirrors 5-0 style. A couple of solar panels for the roof, a multiple battery type charger that goes for cars, wall outlets, and USB as well as an emergency radio all in one, a HAM radio, a CB radio, my MP3 player/cell phone loaded with my apocalypse mix, my kindle (loaded with BSA handbooks, road atlases, Chilton's Manual for the van, that kind of thing), a portable DVD player with a fat stack of good flicks that can either directly use the solar panel or can be run off the charger, and cords to connect the lot to the radio in the van. Strip most of the interior, throw some hammocks up for sleeping, a lawn chair for sitting in, and a cot for relaxing prone/medical needs, shelving for food storage and other scavenged/scrounged/traded for items deemed necessary. A rain water collector that goes from the roof to a filter in the roof to the collection bucket inside, jerry tanks of gas on the trunk doors (or the doors where the trunk would be), along with a single speed bicycle with an electric motor conversion for sorties. And myself, of course.