Following an exchange of comments with Paul about his ongoing and apparently endless 20mm HUMMWV-fest, I dug out my own (slightly more restrained) HUMMWV collection - all of it in 6mm - to pose for the camera.
I'll begin with some examples of the astonishing range of HUMMWV variants produced by Scotia. Although these may no longer be the most detailed models on the market, they were for a long time the only source of HUMMWVs in this scale. The models here were painted by me in the mid-1990s as part of a Megablitz 'Desert Storm' project. Forgive me not knowing the various 'M' designations, and being too lazy to look them up.
A pair of HUMMWVs in a recce (or should that be 'recon'?) role. Armed with an autocannon and a .50 cal respectively.
Another recce stand (with grenade launcher) accompanies TOW carriers.
A bog standard recce hardtop with HQ vehicles behind.
The rather imposing ambulance version
Of course, if you find all those HUMMWVs too bulky, how about something a little more compact? FAV (basically militarised dune buggies) with various weapon fits - also by Scotia. These were bought in the '80s, painted (MERDC!) in the early '90s, and eventually based and used in a NATO Brigade Commander game in 2009!