This G-Wagen is not a Mercedes, but a Puch. Converted C. Meisen, a German coachbuilder specializing in vehicles for emergency services, fire brigades, and the German Federal Armed Forces, this Puch used to be an all-terrain ambulance. Now, it's a private camper with an adventurous attitude, in yellow.
Since Mercedes Geländewagens are built by an Austrian company that used to be called Steyr-Daimler-Puch, the G-Class was sold as the Puch G in Switzerland, Austria, and the Comecon countries of Bulgaria, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, Vietnam and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Puch 300GDs like this one were the preferred choice of the military, from Norway to Serbia and beyond.
The Germans call their combat Gs "Wolfs," and this G, the 461-chassis, is still available with the longest wheelbase being 134 inches.
All shades of yellow on this one, but no question that it's a C. Miesen conversion done in period.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class has spawned many evolutions, including the Peugeot P4, the Force Motors Trax, and armored trucks such as and in America.
It's a manual alright.
The 300GD has a naturally-aspirated diesel straight-six producing 87 horsepower and 127 lb-ft of torque. Just enough to get by in a conflict zone.
You can sleep in it, and carry all your friends who deserve a break.
Searchlight as standard.
Not a fan? How about this short-wheelbase cabriolet? A nice Wolf indeed.
Probably more capable, but also shorter on space.
Okay. Classic Gs are not your jam. Fine. How about the mighty 4x4²?
It will take all the jumps. We guarantee.
Portal axles, dual fun.