U1300L unimog

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U1300L unimog

Post by Bob Kenny » Mon Dec 03, 2007 5:26 am

Hi
As the owner of an ex military U1300L in Australia I am interested to know of any others here as they must be quite rare here, so please let me know if there are any others as I am only aware of two.
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Post by wesson68 » Mon Dec 03, 2007 11:54 pm

There are quite a few in North America, there are some troubles in getting them licenced and imported due to import regulations for USA but in Canada vehicles of 15 years or older have very few import restrictions.

I have a U1350 ambulance bought in Germany as a camper, I traveled with it there off and on for 4 years then shipped it to North America Last year.
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unimog U1350

Post by Bob Kenny » Thu Dec 06, 2007 5:27 am

Hi Wesson68
Thanks for reply I am not aware of a U1350 whats the difference between that and a U1300L? Any chance of posting a picture?
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Post by wesson68 » Sat Dec 08, 2007 4:46 pm

Some pictures of it on this web site. www.reslog.org in the film and television section.
Other than the fast axles and it has the box on from factory I don t know what the difference is. I have put a standard 1300 cargo box on it with no problems.
Unimog 1350L
1985 M-998
1990 M-1038
Pinzgauer 712
LMTV
G-wagon
Sikorsky MH-53 Pave low
UH-1H

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Post by Stephen Davis » Sun Dec 09, 2007 1:21 am

If they are rare in Austrailia, where did you get yours. We have had owers for 11 years. Man do they go places. Ours is striaght from N Z Army disposiles, with rear seats, canopy & even a winch I got out of a 2 week old Buy Sell & Exchange, verylucky. We have used it BUT it is hard work & not user friendly. The trucks are nice to work on. Lots of fun.
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1953 one ton GS trailer
1961 Mighty Mite M422A1
1986 Unimog 1300L
1971 Serries Skippy Land Rover, Son's drive.


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Post by Bob Kenny » Mon Dec 10, 2007 1:24 am

Hi Stephen
Like yours mine is ex NZ Military and I purchased it privately from a lovely couple in Kaitaia Northland NZ and imported it into Australia.
Its very original with rear seats hood bows military green etc and only done 61000klm. As a keen military vehicle restorer come collector and one who enjoys outback offroad travel I am very happy with our purchase, they are just superb vehicles.
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Post by wesson68 » Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:03 pm

Check out the unimog videos on www.youtube.com some pretty neat off road action
Unimog 1350L
1985 M-998
1990 M-1038
Pinzgauer 712
LMTV
G-wagon
Sikorsky MH-53 Pave low
UH-1H

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Post by Stephen Davis » Tue Dec 11, 2007 2:43 am

Yes I liked those film clips on U TUBE. Also just what did the Aussie, if he dosen't mind me asking, what did you pay for the Mog & what freight fees & any Import Fees from Aussie Govenment. Thank you.
UNIMOG DOWN UNDER
1953 one ton GS trailer
1961 Mighty Mite M422A1
1986 Unimog 1300L
1971 Serries Skippy Land Rover, Son's drive.

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