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Brabus G Wagon

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Brabus G Wagon

Unique opportunity to buy a bespoke Extra LWB G Wagon converted by Brabus, complete with 6.1 litre power unit and a host of tailormade details. 



The Mercedes G Wagon is one of the brands longest produced models in the companies history and remains to this day, along with greats such as the Mini and Land Rover Defender, one of the most recognisable designs on the road. 

Characterised by its body-on-frame construction, leading to a box-like design, the G-class was developed as a military vehicle , carrying the nickname of the 'Wolf' on the front line, with civilian versions first being offered in 1979. 

Since this day, the G-Wagon has gained an unbreakable reputation both in terms of military support, reliability and more recently in a showbiz and popular sphere; although this again can take influence from the Popemobile, that was given to the Vatican in 1980. 

The G-class was first introduced to the USA in 2001 and it was this fact that significantly contributed to the launch of AMG versions and subsequently opened the door to the work of the extremely talented folks at Brabus, who again have a long standing history of making some of the most extreme and eye-catching Mercedes cars ever created. 

This leads us on the amazing vehicle that we are offering here today; quite probable one of the most extreme G-Wagons ever offered for sale, and that includes the recent 6x6 examples, which have again been pioneered by the Brabus design house. 

Based on a 2002 G500, this car has recently been to Brabus for the most outrageous of make-overs, to create one of the tallest and longest Gs ever created; also now benefiting from a 6.1 litre engine and full Brabus exterior and interior styling upgrades. 

Fully UK registered, this is a unique opportunity to purchase the ultimate statement when it comes to the G-Wagon and for the fraction of the cost of a 6x6 ... one not to be missed. 


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