Mercedes-Benz Wolf G-Wagens back on line thanks to Expedition Motor CompanyOctober 3, 2019
The company specializes in New Jersey – Military Gelandewagens.
There is a company that is rebuilding old Mercedes-Benz G-Wagens, and you’ll want to know how they do it. Its name is Expedition Motor Company, and their specialty is “Wolf” Gelandewagens. This name comes from the code name that the German military gave to these specific Mercedes models. There is a specific list of requirements for a car to be considered “Wolf”. It should be able to fold back the windshield and use a diesel engine.
An American expeditionary motor company based in French town, New Jersey, an hour’s drive from New York. The advantage of this restoration equipment is that they do not want to do anything but Wolf G-Wagens. They do not completely eliminate this on their website, but something other than the manual 250GD will cost you a lot.
The recovery process is a delicate and painstaking work, all work is done extremely carefully and carefully. Each car is restored from scratch, all details are restored. There are few changes, the standard 2.5-liter diesel engine was equipped with a modernized water pump, a new timing belt, pistons and oil seals were also installed. Expedition Motor says it receives G-Wagens from all over the world, but their main source is the European military. They will not rebuild the G-Wagen that you provide them, preferring to use them for sale. This entire restoration process takes 3-4 months.
The company’s website has a designer that allows you to customize the car to your taste and color. Prices start at $ 90,000. This is not a small amount of money, but the end result of the restoration is something special and unique. In addition to Wolf G-Wagens, the company has several restored Land Rover Defenders on its website. All assemblies are worth exploring, as each car sold has many images that you can take with you.
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