Video: Gelik "ambulance" Appeared On Sale
A division of the German tuning studio Lorinser, which deals with classic cars, put up for sale the Puch 290 GD SUV in a medical version. For an unusual version of the Mercedes-Benz G-class, they ask for 79,900 euros (6.4 million rubles).
The medical SUV was released in 1994 to serve in the Swiss army, but went on sale after decommissioning. The car was practically not used - its mileage is only 4426 kilometers.
- The off-road ambulance has been preserved in full factory condition, there is even a spare wheel on the roof. The cabin with the fabric interior is as practical as possible, the body with a separate air conditioner is designed for four patients, and folding bunks are fixed on the sides.
- The Puch 290 GD is equipped with a 95 horsepower 2.9 naturally aspirated diesel engine and a five-speed manual gearbox. Four-wheel drive - connected with two mechanical differentials.
Earlier, Lorinser Classic bought a large batch of decommissioned military G-class SUVs - 34 copies went on sale at once. For cars produced from 1989 to 1996, they asked for less than 20,000 euros (1.6 million rubles).
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