Expedition Motor Company has always been able to capture our interest with its unique G-Wagen and 4×4 builds. Not only does the company bring its own flavor to each and every rendition, but it’s done so with the utmost attention to detail. No component is left unattended, and the brand’s most recent project, the 1990 Mercedes-Benz 250GD “Red Wolf” is a testament to that fact.
The Red Wolf features a handful of versatile components that give it a look all its own. Taking over 1,000 restoration hours to complete, this aesthetically-pleasing platform brings a sharp, vintage appeal to the already-established 250GD, courtesy of a brown, vinyl-covered interior, period-correct dashboard, vintage HVAC system, and a modernized entertainment center that allows for the use of Bluetooth, USB, and plug-in devices. Outside of the vehicle’s interior, it’s just as devoted to its iconic lineage. A foldable windshield, convertible soft top, and Rubellite Red paint job give it an undeniable allure. That very same appeal is amplified further by the platform’s dependable OM602 diesel powerplant and five-speed manual transmission. Head to Expedition Motor Company’s website to see the build in more detail.
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