When a Hummer just isn't big enough, the Finnish military has you covered:
The Finnish Defence Forces attracted buyers from across the world when it auctioned about 20 decommissioned armoured vehicles at a depot in Ruovesi.
[...] All three Sturmgeschätz vehicles fetched more than 100,000 euros.
[...] Most of the tanks sold on Tuesday were British-made Charioteers and Comets, most of which were bought by Finland in the 1950s.
Olli Toivonen from the Finnish capital region got his hands on a Charioteer for 8,200 euros.
In possibly related news, the Ministry of Finance is working on car tax reform:
Currently most car owners pay a vehicle tax of 130 euros a year. Under the planned model, the owner of a small car with low emissions would pay 50 euros.
The fee for cars with a 1.6 litre engine would be 100 euros, for a two-litre diesel engine it would be 85 euros; an urban SUV would be somewhat more expensive. The owner of a four-wheel drive SUV with a large petrol engine would be hit with an annual 325 euro car tax.
I assume a tank would fall in a similar tax bracket.