Unimog S404.0 300TDI Expedition Camper

UniFrank

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Due to family expansion we sell our beautiful Unimog Camper ..

This Unimog rolled off the production line in 1961 with a 6-cylinder petrol engine. In 2000 it was converted by me to 5-cylinder turbo diesel with intercooler. Thanks to a unique connection between the engine and gearbox, you don't have any engine vibrations in the truck. After a number of wonderful trips, I completely restored it in 2016 to be able to withstand for years to come. However, it now has too few sleeping places for us ...

Specifications:
Unimog 404.0
Year of construction 1961 (no road tax in NL)
Mercedes 3ltr 5cil turbo diesel with custom intercooler - 125+ PK (OM617.952)
Fuel consumption approx. 15ltr or 1: 6,5
Top speed approx. 110 km/h / 70mph
Passenger car and mobile home registration! ( <3500KG )
2 large diesel tanks
Warn winch
Cab heavily insulated (sound)
Passage from cabin to camper unit
Camper unit insulated
Unit with sitting area (convertible to bed), kitchen and cupboard.
Water tank 80ltr
Eberspächer diesel heater
Engel refrigerator
Inverter 24v -> 220v
Victron smart (trickle) charger
Bicycle rack on roof
Awning & windshield
Tow bar and jaw
2x Hella Xenon Luminator auxiliary spotlight
etc. etc.

(Last pictures from 2016 restauration. More available.)

Price: USD 27000
Location: the Netherlands
Shipping: Fits in a standard 20" container
 

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Due to family expansion we sell our beautiful Unimog Camper ..

This Unimog rolled off the production line in 1961 with a 6-cylinder petrol engine. In 2000 it was converted by me to 5-cylinder turbo diesel with intercooler. Thanks to a unique connection between the engine and gearbox, you don't have any engine vibrations in the truck. After a number of wonderful trips, I completely restored it in 2016 to be able to withstand for years to come. However, it now has too few sleeping places for us ...

Specifications:
Unimog 404.0
Year of construction 1961 (no road tax in NL)
Mercedes 3ltr 5cil turbo diesel with custom intercooler - 125+ PK (OM617.952)
Fuel consumption approx. 15ltr or 1: 6,5
Top speed approx. 110 km/h / 70mph
Passenger car and mobile home registration! ( <3500KG )
2 large diesel tanks
Warn winch
Cab heavily insulated (sound)
Passage from cabin to camper unit
Camper unit insulated
Unit with sitting area (convertible to bed), kitchen and cupboard.
Water tank 80ltr
Eberspächer diesel heater
Engel refrigerator
Inverter 24v -> 220v
Victron smart (trickle) charger
Bicycle rack on roof
Awning & windshield
Tow bar and jaw
etc. etc.

(Last pictures from 2016 restauration. More available.)

Price: USD 27000
Location: the Netherlands
Shipping: Fits in a standard 20" container
27k. Let me look into shipping.
 

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nathane

Active member
Looks like a military ambulance body. 138 sounds a little short, but if it's been insulated inside it could be right.
 

UniFrank

New member
Looks like a military ambulance body. 138 sounds a little short, but if it's been insulated inside it could be right.
Your right! It was an ambulance box and it is insulated. The only differences between radio box and ambulance box are:
1_ An ambulance box has a small window in the front, wich I removed due to the big opening between cab and living.
2_ A radio box has 4 (sometimes 5) openings in the roof for antenna cables.

You cannot stand upright inside, but we never really missed it. Only cooking could be a challenge.
I've placed the Engel fridge in a drawer, so you can pull it out of the kitchen while cooking. We use the fridge to sit on while cooking!

Even tall people can sit normally around the table.
 

nathane

Active member
Your right! It was an ambulance box and it is insulated. The only differences between radio box and ambulance box are:
1_ An ambulance box has a small window in the front, wich I removed due to the big opening between cab and living.
2_ A radio box has 4 (sometimes 5) openings in the roof for antenna cables.

You cannot stand upright inside, but we never really missed it. Only cooking could be a challenge.
I've placed the Engel fridge in a drawer, so you can pull it out of the kitchen while cooking. We use the fridge to sit on while cooking!

Even tall people can sit normally around the table.

It does look really nice. It's a fantastic price too. If I didn't already have one I'd be bang up for this!
 

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