Auction Block: 1990 Mercedes-Benz Wolf 250GD

Nov 30, 2017

Category: Rides

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUVs are in a league of their own. Which makes it all the more special when we come across one that’s even more badass and unique. That’s exactly the case with this 1990 Mercedes-Benz Wolf 250GD that’s headed to auction.

Formerly a Bundeswehr military vehicle, this beefy SUV was repurposed in Germany into the all-terrain cruiser you see before you. Upgrades to the original build include a bare-metal repaint, a rebuild of the 5-speed manual transmission, the addition of new seats, the inclusion of a Sachs heavy-duty clutch, and a 2″ suspension lift. Under the hood, you’ll find a non-original OM602 five cylinder diesel engine – with just over 50,000 miles on the odometer – that’s been recently serviced, has new batteries, and was given an oil and filter change before being put up for sale. If you’re looking for the ultimate go-anywhere soft-top cruiser, this bumblebee G-Class might be the ride for you. The current bid stands at $46,000.

Purchase: $46,000+

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