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    Quote Originally Posted by expeditionswest View Post
    Ummmm, maybe...

    You know, there is a black G-Wagon just like that one driving around Prescott; you know, the one Stephanie is always talking about,
    , oh, hey wait a minute!



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    Quote Originally Posted by expeditionswest View Post

    I am beginning to assemble resources for the G:

    Parts:
    EuroTruck- Purchased all of Europa's service stock
    http://www.eurotruck-importers.com

    Four-by-four Club-
    http://www.fourbyfourclub.com

    Accessories:
    Safari Gard (Sliders)


    G-Wagen Accessories

    Other Solid Resources:

    Harald Pietschmann's site: A long-time G driver
    http://www.rubicon-trail.com/G-Class/
    Thank Scott,

    for mentioning my company

    G-wagenaccessories.com

    Please go and check it out. Most of the products are designed and built by

    me, not mass produced but individual built here in Southern California.

    Like our Rockmeister rock slider

    - see at http://www.g-wagenaccessories.com/in...s/Page1005.htm

    and pictured here on Harald Pietschmann's G-500

    Karl Volger


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    Indiana Drew
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    http://www.tschiewagon.com/de/

    http://www.industrytools.de/

    I don't have either of these on my web site yet, but many speak quite well of both at least when things are not available from our US suppliers ... It does not look like Industry Tools web site is ready yet - I have emailed him to see what's up. He may have a store on Ebay.DE ...
    Last edited by Indiana Drew; 06-25-2009 at 02:52 AM.
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    Guido's IndustryTools English web site is not yet perfected - in the mean time his Ebay.DE site is the best place - Ebay IndustryTools
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    Default Gwagen Preserve

    Mike S rolled this site out recently: http://gwagenpreserve.com/

    Indiana Drew
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    GWagen Preserve is located in San Rafael, CA, north of San Francisco.

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    Here are a couple of great vintage G resources:

    Josh Price, Placentia, CA: wizard with MB turbo-diesel transplants. If you don't have this motor in your vintage G, you need it and Josh can not only source a great one, he can also install it superbly. He might even be able to make a house call to do it. In other words, have him find and ship a motor to you and then fly him in to install it. He's pretty much the nicest and most honest guy you'll ever meet, so he makes a great houseguest. Here's his contact: joshp714@yahoo.com 714-499-4706

    Rodney Brooks, Performance Unlimited, Ascutney, VT: Rodney is living every enthusiast's dream of transforming his hobby into his dayjob, except he's doing it at night. Rodney offers a very unique vehicle modification service if you're a guy like me: you have a busy life with work, family, sports, etc. and you have many projects planned for your truck, but the only time you have to carry out said projects is at night, after work and after kids are asleep. Further, while you fancy yourself a decent mechanic, you may not be quite ready to dive into the big projects without some real pro tools and equipment available and some expert advice when the manual skips a few crucial steps. Well, Rodney's a night owl and keeps night shop hours, like til midnight! Not only that, he's an excellent teacher and loves to have you take part when he's working on your rig, watch him to learn or simply just hang out and do another project while he's tackling the difficult stuff. Rodney's fabbing me up some custom bumpers and integrated sliders for my G and he's also doing some great rust "nip it in the bud" work by surgically removing infected pieces of body panel and replacing it with new welded in pieces. Oh so much cheaper than having to replace whole body panels, especially for those of you who, like me, are not exactly slaves to pristine bodywork. I've attached some pics below of some of Rodney's work so far. His contact is raceplayhavefun@hotmail.com 802-738-2428

    pics
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    "We're not fixing, we're installing." Steve Ostrovitz, 2013 VOT



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    Finished front and rear custom bumpers by Performance Unlimited in Ascutney, VT: http://picasaweb.google.com/VTXSPRES/Fi ... directlink

    Performance Unlimited is Rodney Brooks: raceplayhavefun@hotmail.com
    Peter Vollers
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    "We're not fixing, we're installing." Steve Ostrovitz, 2013 VOT



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    Rodney's new site: http://www.performanceunlim.com/

    Don't laugh. Not a bad site design for a lawyer (me).

    Check out the cool ski rack fabrication project on the blog link.
    Last edited by VermontOverland; 02-16-2010 at 12:20 AM.
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