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Unimog 25 PS : 1948

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n/a 4 cylinder 25.0 1949
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This 25 hp Unimog was one of the first prototypes of the "Universal Motor-Gert" (universal motorized implement).


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1948 Unimog 25 PS.

Developed immediately after the war, this vehicle was geared to the many and diverse needs of agriculture.

These all-around vehicles were manufactured in early 1949, at firsth by the engineering works Gebr. Boehringer in Goppingen, until the Gaggenau factory of Mercedes-Benz took over production of 1951.

(source: Mercedes-Benz)


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1948 Unimog 25 PS.

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