1991 Mercedes-Benz G Wagon
1991 Mercedes-Benz G Wagon
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1991 Mercedes-Benz G Wagon

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Classic Car Overview

The Gelandewagen, or G-Class model, were originally developed as a military vehicle, designed for off-road and rough terrains starting in 1972 by an agreement between Daimler-Benz and Steyr-Daimler-Puch. The first drivable prototype by Mercedes-Benz was tested in 1974 on the most rugged of terrains available including German coalfields, the Sahara Desert, and the Artic Circle. After proving itself worthy on the rough off roads, and several years of further development and successful military contracts, the production for civilian version of the first Gelandewagen, commonly referred to as G-Wagen, finally began in 1979 in Graz, Austria. Known for its boxy style and body-on-frame construction, it gained international attention in 1980 when Mercedes-Benz built the iconic Popemobile based on a 230G cabriolet. Civilian use bought with it some major refinements, and by 1981 features included air conditioning, an available automatic transmission, auxiliary fuel tank, and protective headlamp grilles. The G-Class received a facelift when celebrating its 10-year anniversary and debuted at the Frankfurt International Motor show showing off its new model with permanent 4-wheel drive, upgraded with wood trim interior, and optional Anti-lock Braking system. Civilian models of the G-Class were referred to as the Wolf and outfitted with diesel engines designed for toughness, reliability, and longevity. Engine power was never much of a concern as speed wasnt considered a priority which was one reason Mercedes-Benz never officially exported the beginning G-Classs to the United States because it was considered more of a utility vehicle that didnt fit the image Mercedes-Benz wanted their luxury cars to uphold in the States. Reputation along with stiffer regulations by the USA made it more difficult and expensive to import these vehicles in smaller quantities and very few made it through the tightening loopholes. With a growing demand, and almost no supply of these off-road masterpieces, stopping the import of them wouldnt last long and in 2001 a new model was finally released for overseas sales. Offered here is a fully restored 1991 Mercedes-Benz 250GD Wolf finished in a clean Ivory White paint with a Brown vinyl interior with wood on the floor and side panel trims of the rear. Inside the boxy frame sits its factory-issued 2.5 Liter OM 602.930 inline 5-cylinder diesel engine rated at 94 horsepower paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. This G-Wagen made its journey from Poland in early 2019 and was licensed in Pennsylvania with only 18,942 kilometers. It began a meticulous restoration by the well-known Expedition Motor Company, considered the best in the business for Mercedes G-Class restorations being their absolute specialty. With no part overlooked this 250GD was entirely stripped down to the nut and bolt level and put back together with several improvements over the original. The rebuilding process included a full engine, gearbox, and transfer case rebui

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    86104125
  • Classic Car ID
    101776895
  • Stock Number
    86104125
  • Category
    Import Classics
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    N/A
  • Engine
    N/A
  • Exterior Color
    White

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