1986 Mercedes-Benz 300GD

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Today we have a Geländewagen that covers a lot of ground, and not just in the typical all-terrain beast way. Sure, it can do all the badass stuff, but it’s looking unique and clean with a low-mileage diesel and an amazing interior. Seriously, plaid AND jump seats?! It all looks pristine and the price reflects it. If red is your color and you want to have a little of the GWagen panache without the overwrought AMG details, this is a great choice.

Click for details: 1986 Mercedes-Benz 300GD on eBay

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Year: 1986
Model: 300GD
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-6 diesel
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 66,049 mi
Price: No reserve auction

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1986 300GD

VIN# WDB46033217047865X

European Model

Diesel 4X4

Showing 106,297 Kilometers

European 300GD Mercedes Benz G-Wagen.

This vehicle was the “crown jewel” of a vintage Mercedes Benz collector who had numerous G-Wagens in his stable.

This particular G-Wagen is exceptionally well sorted out mechanically and no expense was spared in its maintenance.

Runs and drives like new and all power options function 100%.

Cosmetically, you will have to search long and hard to find another like this one !!!

Please take the time to look at all the hi definition photographs.

Red paint shines like a mirror, and the interior is exceptionally clean.

It is hard to believe that this G-Wagen is 28 years old.

Engine bay is ready for show.

This is the one !!!

See the datacard after the listing for the list of options.

Clean US title.

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As I write this, it’s sitting at $30k with lots of bids. I’m guessing it will go a bit higher as the end of the auction nears. That said, the 3.0l diesel is going to last forever, the exterior and interior are stunning, and the short wheelbase is a cool element you don’t see much of here. It may not be a bargain, but it’s a gorgeous and useful vehicle for a fraction of US-model prices.

-NR

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One Comment

  1. I love this, and it will still sell for good $$, but I’d personally trade 50% of the seller’s Armor All supply for some bullet points on the maint. history of this vehicle. It’s 30 years old, you can’t just say “crown jewel” and call it a day!

    PS – what’s a “hi definition photograph”? Are you sure you want to buy a used car from this man? 😉

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