The 416 DoKa is original. Very handy, since the DoKa cab seats up to four as well. Is this the tow bar? This 4×4 camper started life in 1977 as one of five custom-designed maintenance trucks commissioned for the Netherlands Railway Authority. Inspection is welcome by appointment only. Does it have hot water? Does it power the cabin lights directly, or does it charge house batteries? If you've got the time, a Unimog will get you anywhere on the planet.
It is used to tow a vehicle. . The interior has been redone in custom, quilted leatherette upholstery front and rear, and floors have been sprayed with what the seller calls a water and scratch-proof liner. How is the cabin heated? Mercedes Benz built it for the Netherlands train authority. The seats are expensive competition buckets wrapped in supple and durable vinyl that looks almost like carbon-fiber. Plenty of tread on these upgraded larger All Terrain 14. It is not pictured, but is now installed and comes with the vehicle.
Right now the motor, transmission and axles are in the sandblasted and repainted frame. The 416 DoKa camper we are offering is very unique. Buyer is entirely responsible for satisfying himself that the car is as-represented prior to purchase and there are no warranties, expressed or implied, involved in the sale of any motor vehicle represented by Harwood Motors Ltd. How much rust is there, and what is the condition of the paint? It has been regularly and properly serviced and everything works as it should. This double-cab Mog is equipped with a hydraulic 3-way tipper bed, power steering and disc brakes, custom front seats, auxiliary lighting, and more.
What is a comfortable highway cruising speed? We cannot guarantee the fitness of any components beyond a visual inspection and normal operation of the vehicle. Motor and 8-speed transmission from 1980 Unimog with 2'500 hrs. I hope to not have to use them to get myself out of trouble, but I'm sure they will see some use when offroad. Truck sold As is, where is. It was given twin 33-gallon fuel tanks, a 24-volt, 140-amp alternator, six Hella 4000 driving lights, olive green paint, and a full exo roll cage. Is there a source of air on the vehicle that one would use to pump the tires back up if you wanted less-than-highway pressure for sand or other off-road surfaces? Find this thing in South Chula Vista, near San Diego and the Mexican border. Also need Case Extend-a-Hoe, loader bucket, and dozer blade, as well as railroad adapter and arm mounted mower.
Others have suggested relocating the turbo. Diesels did not have catalytic converters in the 1970s and earlier. It has a comfortable highway cruising speed of 58-60 miles per hour. The current owner has sourced a new turbocharged motor which is included in the sale and needs to be installed. There is no rust and the paint is in good condition. A comfortable cruising speed on this vehicle is 58-60 miles per hour.
The drop-side bed reveals a six-passenger bench which doubles as a toolbox. It's a good view from up there. The ad states 72,302 for the the odometer reading. All four doors fit well and it's obvious that every single component on the truck was built for maximum serviceability and ease of use. The Mercedes-Benz Unimog is two parts truck and one part tractor, used throughout the world for some of the most demanding and unique jobs in some of the worst places, ranging from back hoe to the simple 3-way dump truck seen here.
Sand tires are for soft sand and have a smooth, large footprint, almost the same as street tires, therefore, the wear is minimal. Is there any provision for a rear trailer hitch, and are there any external storage compartments? The snorkel air cleaner allows the Unimog to slog through water more than three feet deep, the powerful auxiliary lights are like flamethrowers, and there are even accessory jerry cans for fuel and a set of on-board wheel chocks in their own spring-loaded carrier. It is also a quick disconnect. Everything else is being replaced. There is also a 2-foot-wide stairway, which installs on the side door of the motor home. All fluids have been recently serviced and the truck will come with spare filters for the next service.
The driver gets a vast array of levers, knobs, and buttons to control things like the 6-speed manual transmission, 2-speed transfer case, locking differentials, mechanical power take-off, hydraulic power take-off, the dump box, and the winch up front, and it is all fully functional. One could fashion a makeshift flatbed out of steel and plywood. What is the object hanging down in front of the center windshield in photo 2 on page 1? Yes, it has a heavy-duty trailer hitch, pintle type. Complete replacement of all brake components. New gunmetal gray paint was applied during the refurbishment in 2016. My wife and I have recently had discussions about what is the perfect Providence commuter vehicle once again, with mixed results.
More photos after the jump. This truck is in excellent running condition. I will be installing a custom bolt on reciever so that a drop down hitch can be used for towing almost any type of trailer see photos. It works as long as there is water and gas. It also features both mechanical and hydraulic power take-off units, meaning that there's a bewildering array of accessories available to transform this pickup truck into a tractor, a well-digger, or just about anything you can imagine. There are external storage compartments.