The G-Wagen's forefathers
 
Mercedes G - Puch G
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The G-Wagen's forefathers
Visit to the Salonika factory (report)
Visit to the Salonika factory (pictures)
Visit to the Graz Factory (I)
Visit to the Graz Factory (II)
Visit to the Graz Factory (III)
Visit to the Graz Factory (IV)
Visit to the Graz Factory (V)
Visit to the Johann Puch Museum (I)
Visit to the Johann Puch Museum (II)
Visit to the Johann Puch Museum (III)
Tschiewagon's garage
25th Anniversary Treffen in Merklingen, Germany, June 2004 (Report)
Trip to Merklingen Treffen (Pics)
Merklingen Treffen (Pics - I )
Merklingen Treffen (Pics - II )
Merklingen Treffen (Pics - III )
Merklingen Treffen (Pics - IV )

   

 
The G3A was really a truck. This one started life served in a Danish gravel pit and was only recently rebuilt as a staff car, fraudly claiming to have been assigned to Gen. Lindemann, Head of Command in the Danish Occupied territories
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This is the very G4 chassis number 440875 assigned to the Fuehrer, whose important arse sat on those very leather seats.
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This is a G2 with all-wheel steering
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The G3A had double twin wheels at the rear, as opposed to the G4 whose rear wheels were single
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Seven of the 57 G4's ever built were fitted with closed coachwork and FFR (fitted for radio). None survives today
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Il Duce and Marshal Cavallero salute Italian troops from a mud-splattered G4, while travelling across the bleak, noth-east German landscape in August 1941
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as well as all-wheel drive
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Due to a heavy weight of 2,470 kgs and the narrow tyres, mud was really a problem for these mammoth Mercedes...
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This is Hermann Goering saluting the crowds in Vienna on board of his G4
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Hitler's G4 during army manoeuvres in 1926, in front of his Sonderzug or special train
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This is the G4 given by Hitler to Franco as a gift in 1939. Currently property of the Spanish state, it is one of four surviving G4s, currently under restoration in the factory in Germany together with another important Mercedes owned by Spain: a W 150 Grosser
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Embarrased staff and the Fuehrer look on as G4 sinks: weight was a major handicap on mud
Pictures: Classic & Sports Car and Motor Clásico