Good condition entirely original.
|Period:||20th - mid (WW II)|
Appearing in the late 1940s, the Unimog is a small all-terrain utility truck that owes its name to the German expression Universal Motor Gerät, which means: universal motorized all-terrain. Produced by Mercedes-Benz (purchased in 1951), it has established itself as a highly sought-after commercial vehicle for military personnel, firefighters or farmers because of its versatility, crossing abilities and ability to accommodate different bodyworks And equipment.
The very nice copy presented here belongs to the very first generation produced. It dates from 1952 and is equipped with a 1797 cm3 engine with 25 hp. It belonged to the Swiss army and was used at an airpory, which explains the very low mileage of 28000 km. It was recently repainted to its original grey colour and is in excellent condition as seen in the photos. Further, it has retained all of its original equipment, which deserves to be emphasised: shovel, pick, axe, jerrycan, complete tool kit, snow chains, oil can, etc.
It has been completely revised (engine oil, gearbox and bridge, new fuel injectors and pump, all new tarpaulins, tyres in very good condition). The brakes should be checked to eliminate an imbalance in braking.
A very rare vehicle in this condition and entirely complete. This vehicle can be viewed in the region of Saint-Etienne, France. Matching Numbers and French registration.
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|United States||$ 2,372.00|
|United Kingdom||$ 1,423.20|
|Rest of Europe||$ 1,423.20|
|Anywhere else||$ 2,372.00|
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