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Thread: Overland Journal: G-Wagen

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    http://www.clubgwagen.com/pictures/i...nBody/van2.jpg

    Here you have 2 kastenwagens. The on the left is a swb and the one on the right is a lwb

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    Did Brady get rid of the G-Wagen? I don't see it on his list of vehicles anymore, but I did notice an MKIII (maybe I missed that one in the past).

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    It is still part of the fleet, but Viking Overland has been building it out over the past year. We will start posting more updates.
    Scott Brady
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    D1 | LJ78 | LR4 | MKIII | J8 | G-Wagen |

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    Please do Scott!
    A vehicle’s worth is not what you put into it, but what it put into you.
    1980 300GD "Radio Flyer"; sold, but not forgotten
    2003 G500 "O'erländewagen"; O'erlandewagen build thread, O'erlandewagen feature on ExPo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Brady View Post
    It is still part of the fleet, but Viking Overland has been building it out over the past year. We will start posting more updates.
    i thought you were keeping it stock... cant resist eh?
    aug 18, 1934

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    haven is online now Expedition Portal Moderator Expedition Leader
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    You can tell the 2013 twin turbo 5.5L G63 by its larger grill openings


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    id prefer that they design a windshield seal that doesnt leak before they go stiffing re-re motors into the thing. but, the original owners dont keep em long enough to care, i suppose.
    aug 18, 1934

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    What is that hole below the tag to the right on the bumper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott C View Post
    What is that hole below the tag to the right on the bumper?
    That's the area which holds the "probe" for refueling mid-flight.
    A vehicle’s worth is not what you put into it, but what it put into you.
    1980 300GD "Radio Flyer"; sold, but not forgotten
    2003 G500 "O'erländewagen"; O'erlandewagen build thread, O'erlandewagen feature on ExPo

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    Good answer, it has the look of a lense cover. Surely you g-wagen nuts know what it is.

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