German automakers are known for their knack of churning out high quality products with a very serious approach. These qualities sure showed with the Mercedes-Benz G Wagen. The G Wagen or commonly known as the G class was Mercedes answer to providing a 4-wheel machine that could take on the great outdoors. The boxy styling ques and the body on frame construction became so popular that the vehicle soon became one of Daimler longest model production runs with the G class being around for 41 years and selling 400,000 units as of December 2020. The G class was available in multiple body trims and the vehicle we have for you here is a 1990 Mercedes Benz G300 Diesel with a convertible top. The vehicle has just 93,000 miles on the clock and is located in New York. With its convertible top and distinctive looks, this G class would surely ensure you would stand out from the rest.
To complement its iconic design this 1990 Mercedes-Benz G300 Diesel sports a black exterior, complemented with a genuine AMG front bumper with carbon fiber inserts, genuine AMG grille, LED headlights and Masonry Black turn signals which had been ordered from Italy, The Mercedes-Benz goodies are not only limited to the exterior but the interior as well which include Recaro bucket seats with Mercedes-style fabric and Mercedes special ordered fabric for door panels. The upgrades on the interior also feature custom rear seats and custom carbon fiber interior panels being done up by Common Fibers, a Seattle company specializing in carbon fiber. This vehicle also comes equipped with power mirrors, power windows and rides on a new set of wheels and tires with a carbon fiber spare tire cover. The exotic car restoration company Brooklyn Motors was commissioned to ensure this G class looks to be in great shape. The vehicle also comes equipped with new convertible top fabric.
Powering this 1990 Mercedes-Benz G300 Diesel is the popular 3.0 L OM617 inline 5 diesel engine powering all 4 wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission. This vehicle is currently owned by an enthusiast who has commissioned Kraft German Auto in Brooklyn to install new brakes pads and rotors, rebuilt front axle, serviced diesel components, power steering and brake fluid flush and complete fuel line cleaning. A heavy-duty steering stabilizer has also been installed. The vehicle has been aligned with no leaks reported by any of the shops that had the car. The electricals of this vehicle are ensured to work smoothly due to electrical work being performed by exotic service specialist, 12 Volt Doctor.