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Old 18 May 2010
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Unimog 4x4 Expedition Camper / Motorhome - 4wd UK

Based on a U1000T/Zweiweg, 1983, but has only 900 hours approx. on the engine and less than 20,000 miles on the clock. Dry stored for years when not in use. Engine is 5.7l straight six turbo diesel, coupled to an eight speed box. Also features hydrostatic drive, handy for tight spaces. Front axle is standard Unimog with cross axle difflock, rear axle is a HD truck axle on air suspension, but no difflock. The Unimog is fitted with a hydraulic pump, dual spool valves with outlets piped to front and rear and a “fast drive” type PTO, which may suit a generator or similar.

Motor home box features four additional seats with belts for driving (seats seven in all), four burner hob, sink, compressor fridge (no gas needed), CD player, table, large house battery, 40A marine grade charger, Webasto diesel heater and space to sleep five good friends. (We are a family of five.) The box is built on all sides, roof and floor of an alloy, marine ply, foam (2 inches), marine ply, GRP laminate and so is very well insulated and tough. The box is lined throughout with carpet. A very heavy duty awning made from a military heavy duty frame tent is available separately.
The Unimog has never been on an expedition or off-road since I have had it, except across a sticky camp site. We have bought a caravan to save the cost of the road tax, insurance etc on the Unimog and so the Unimog is reluctantly for sale. The Unimog was built to last a lifetime, it was never my intention to sell it.

More pictures and information at:http://www.bangor.ac.uk/~iss046/Unimog/Unimog.html

I will also consider offers for the chassis cab only. In this case I will retain the motor home box, which I will convert into a caravan.

To be sold with a new MOT. I’m not absolutely sure about the tax remaining. Payment shall be cash on collection unless agreed otherwise in advance.

£12,500
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Wow, what a lovely vehicle! I'd by it myself if I was in the market for another camper.
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Wow, what a lovely vehicle! I'd by it myself if I was in the market for another camper.
Thanks. Building it was a mammoth task. It took something like four years! I am really sad to be selling it, but my job has changed so that I can't take long enough holidays to make a vehicle based expedition viable. I can't afford to to just have her sitting around so she has to go. Hopefully someone else will manage to do the trips I just planned and dreamed of...

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Price Reduced £12,000

Now for sale for £12,000, or £9,000 for the chassis cab.

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Still for sale

Still for sale. I could do with the space...
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Still for sale. I could do with the space...
Hi David, could you confirm the internal height in the living space.

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Wooow looks fantastic, amazing its not sold, have you tried an advert on PistonHeads.com :: Speed Matters its a UK based car site... has plenty of web traffic.

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Your pictures shows youngsters where do they fit when your driving along? It looks like a 2 seater cab yes? (maybe room in the middle?)
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What a lovely looking Mog! If we didn't have one already (a 1980 U1300L) I'd definitely be interested!
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if you still have this I am very interested. i live and work in Liberia but return to UK for xmas. We dont have access to reliable internet here so if still available call +231 6421593
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Based on a U1000T/Zweiweg, 1983, but has only 900 hours approx. on the engine and less than 20,000 miles on the clock. Dry stored for years when not in use. Engine is 5.7l straight six turbo diesel, coupled to an eight speed box. Also features hydrostatic drive, handy for tight spaces. Front axle is standard Unimog with cross axle difflock, rear axle is a HD truck axle on air suspension, but no difflock. The Unimog is fitted with a hydraulic pump, dual spool valves with outlets piped to front and rear and a “fast drive” type PTO, which may suit a generator or similar.

Motor home box features four additional seats with belts for driving (seats seven in all), four burner hob, sink, compressor fridge (no gas needed), CD player, table, large house battery, 40A marine grade charger, Webasto diesel heater and space to sleep five good friends. (We are a family of five.) The box is built on all sides, roof and floor of an alloy, marine ply, foam (2 inches), marine ply, GRP laminate and so is very well insulated and tough. The box is lined throughout with carpet. A very heavy duty awning made from a military heavy duty frame tent is available separately.
The Unimog has never been on an expedition or off-road since I have had it, except across a sticky camp site. We have bought a caravan to save the cost of the road tax, insurance etc on the Unimog and so the Unimog is reluctantly for sale. The Unimog was built to last a lifetime, it was never my intention to sell it.

More pictures and information at:http://www.bangor.ac.uk/~iss046/Unimog/Unimog.html

I will also consider offers for the chassis cab only. In this case I will retain the motor home box, which I will convert into a caravan.

To be sold with a new MOT. I’m not absolutely sure about the tax remaining. Payment shall be cash on collection unless agreed otherwise in advance.

£12,500
If still for sale would like to see it. Am in the market for either chassis or complete. Will be back in UK next week.
Cheers.
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Is the mog still for sale?
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