Parts and Accessories Sources: G-Class


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Finally we finished our new article - the case for sleeping bags and for foodsstuffs.
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It takes only 5 minutes (or even less) to set up all the device.
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I just started my G Wagen project and I'm so excited to find this thread. Thanks Scott! This is exactly what forums should be all about; sharing information and resources.

I am working with Gesellschaft fur Gelandewagen, GfG, in Germany. I visited the shop last week. Both owners are previous Mercedes Benz employees, and extremely knowledgable on the G Klass. I believe that Daniel Wiesel also used to work for ORC. They have a web shop and offer a similar scope of products as ORC. I think it's worth adding them to this pool of resources:


Regular guy
These guys have a ton of military G parts for great deals, but they do not export. You would have to use a freight forwarder or another person in Germany.



Regular guy
I recently bought some parts from Kurth Classics. They ship to USA and have good deals on bushings and a number of other parts.



Regular guy
i just wanted to add a few vendors.
I have bought some parts from Kurth Classics in Germany

Also Wolf Teile for 461 parts, but they do not ship overseas

A few good eBay vendors not listed here previously.

Slava in Portland OR has parted out a bunch of 463 G-class

McStarparts in Australia has a few interesting parts including G- Pro parts

Autotechspares in Latvia has some good NLA stuff as well