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Published at 03/11/2010 22:45:22 from Argentina, 21198 visits.
Double traction, double hydraulic locking differential (only 4 x 4 with this system are factory), power steering, brake disc, hatch roof, new roofing, relief without shooting. Six doors, capacity for nine conveniently situated persons. Cruising speed 100 km/h Inclinómetro, altimeter, compass. Impeccable, interior and exterior. Everything perfectly works. Auxiliary headlights, rear retroniebla and auxiliary rear (all mark Huella) 4 inertial seatbelts factory, 8500 kg towing hook Mercedes Benz G class had maximum share of ownership in the world of TT rallies in the edition of the Dakar, 1983 where he got the triumph. The wheel of a 280 GE 156 HP were Belgian Jacky Ickx and his co-driver French Claude Brasseur makers to bring it to the goal of the pink Lake in the Senegalese capital in first position. G, which comes from the German "geländewagen" has its origins in the early 1970s when Iran Shah, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi "a good client for Mercedes Benz during his long reign" made an interesting proposal. He wanted a vehicle for his army that could walk on land mountainous, in the dunes and withstand extreme temperatures. A good vehicle that could even go to war if necessary. At that time, Mercedes Benz already had experience in vehicle off-road since 1923 manufactured its first G1 eight cylinders and two rear, axes producing 57 of these vehicles. In 1937 the G1 wore traction on all additional address on the rear axle shafts to give maniobravilidad in narrow places. In 1972 he founded a community design program in Austria and six years of development the G three-door was manufactured in 1979. Then the Shah who had requested for his army was doing their bags to exile in Mexico. Daimler-Benz which had invested millions in design clients sought and found in Argentina army and the NATO. Also sold it as a utility vehicle for miners, farmers and individual clients worldwide. In 1982, pressure from customers that also sold a little more comfortable versions, started production of the passenger version. Then, in 1983, G-class became worldwide famous thanks to its sporting success. That year, Jackie Ickx, former Formula 1 driver won the Dakar rally with a 280 G 220 HP prepared by Mercedes Benz of France, "g" experts. Mercedes Benz G, or G Vlass or Gelandewagën class is factory until today. A classic is internationally considered. The first fábricadas units were sent to the Argentina, many of them were used in the Falkland War, but all belonged to some force army.

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