*SOLD* - Unimog U500 with GXV-Global X Vehicles Pangea

mark1111

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This expedition truck was built by Global Expedition Vehicles in 2014 on a 2004 Unimog U500.

The body is a Pangea model that is 16' 5" long with a lifting roof. This has a loft bedroom with a king-size bed. It is configured with a U-shaped dining area in the rear that can also be converted to a bed.


SOLD

Chassis Options:


Autoshift transmission (EAS)
OM906LA Engine tuned to 312 Horsepower
Working and Crawler gears - 24 forward gears
CTIS - Central Tire Inflation System
King Shock absorbers
Dual air-conditioners
Backup camera
Power windows
Power mirrors
Heated windshield and mirrors
160 gallon fuel capacity
Cold-weather package
Webasto T90 hydronic heater - with another T90 installed for the camper
Leather ISRI, air-ride, heated and cooled seats
Vario-pilot - allows for left-hand or right-hand driving
Warn 15K hydraulic winch mounted on the front with synthetic winch line
181 inch wheelbase
Currently has 56,500 miles
New tires with 3500 miles on them

Expedition Body Options:

Armor Vision dual-pane glass windows
Dometic skylight
King-size bed
Dry bath with shower
Thetford cassette toilet
Vitrigo dual-drawer refrigerator/freezer
Air conditioning, roof-mount
True Induction dual-burner cooktop
Seagull drinking water purification system
Cuisinart convection microwave oven with grill
120 gallon fresh water supply
22 gallon grey water tank
Exterior shower
32" TV
LED lighting
Cabin-to-cabin access

Electrical system:

2 - Mastervolt LI-ion MLi Ultra 12/5000 batteries
Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/2500-100 inverter/charger
Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/100-3 World Charger
Mastervolt SCM-N 40 solar charger
3 - 200W solar panels
Cummins Onan RV QD 3200 diesel generator

This is currently located in La Junta, CO with the premier Unimog/Mercedes truck dealer/mechanic in the USA, Rob Pickering of Terry Lee Enterprises, Inc.
For additional details or to schedule a viewing, contact Rob at:
unimogrob@yahoo.com
or
719-241-5419



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mark1111

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SootyCamper

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Hi there, I'm curious how the lifting mechanism handles cold weather? Is there some sort of heating element that prevents the "roof" from freezing to the base?
 

Joe917

Explorer
We travelled with one of the sister trucks to that one. The only issue they had with cold weather was having to remove ice from the lower ledge before lowering.
 

1cambo

Active member
such an amazing vehicle!
i unfortunately would need to win the lotto to buy something like this!
GLWS!
 

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