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Home Up Mr. Hellraiser Mr. Tuptus sorry, undercover Klaus-Unimog 416 Tow Truck 404 Hard Cab 404 Van 406 HardCab It's Trailer Time Fire-Trucks S404.1 Hard-Cab Magirus Deutz


posted by :    Klaus R. Schambeck (831) 336-2300

Features :

Year of manufacture 1963 and factory rebuild in 1982

The Truck is currently NOT registered in California , because I didn't have the time to do it yet, and would be SMOG-EXEMPT, older than 25 years.
The color is Woodland Camo. This truck was released from the German army (Bundeswehr) at the end of 1996 and shipped to the US in late spring of 1997. It has only been driven from the port home, no time to play. In the army it was considered material maintenance class 4 (highest maintenance class). Therefore the most recent army rebuild tags, dated from 1983.
The following  parts have been rebuilt : .....
The Engine seems in almost new (very low mileage) condition.
The transmission is in excellent conditions and all 8 gears shift very good.
The running gear (axles) are normally non destructible, and of course in good conditions.
The front break will have the break cylinders repaired before it's being sold. The emergency break is excellent.
The Radio-Box itself is in good condition, almost no rust.
This truck has seatbelts and a tubular steel bar to hold headrests for both seats.
This truck is equipped with a complete trailer air break system.
Over all condition : Pretty good, no rust.

asking price : US $ 6900.-

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Note from the administrator :

This is my personal truck, but because I don't seem to have the time to play with it, and more important the space, since new toys are arriving soon, I want to sell it. The sooner the better. This applies to the remaining 2 Musketeers as well. Sorry about some of the missing details, but I'm still gathering some of the information, like rebuild-tags, etc ...


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