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#331 - Mercedes-Benz W463 G500 2000 122153

Bonhams.Com - 03 Dec 2018

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ModelW463Production Year2000
TypeG500Model YearN/A
Engine113962 30 228035Paint 19143
Transmission722630 02 374463Paint 2N/A
Order NumberN/AProduction nr.N/A

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LocationUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBonhams.Com03 Dec 2018
ConditionUsedBonhams.Com03 Dec 2018
Mileage 62 000 mBonhams.Com03 Dec 2018

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22 Jun 2020G-ArchivAdded to our archiveN/A
03 Dec 2018AuctionSold on : Bonhams.ComUsed 62 000 mUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
11 Sep 2000ProductionDelivery dateNew0 mN/A
07 Sep 2000ProductionRelease dateNew0 mN/A


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Date: 03 Dec 2018 - Auction on Bonhams.Com

Type of source: AuctionMileage: 62 000 M
Price: 33 666 GBPLinkTo page
Condition: UsedAdded to G-Archiv:22 Jun 2020
Location: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
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CHASSIS NO. WDB4632402X122153
*One of only nine G500 SWB models currently registered in the UK
*Rare AMG special edition
*Automatic transmission
*Circa 62,000 miles from new
*Offered from a private collection
Introduced as long ago as 1979, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class 'Geländewagen' (cross-country vehicle) was the result of a joint venture with Steyr-Daimler-Puch of Austria, a firm with considerable experience in developing four-wheel-drive systems for off-road vehicles. Its purposeful appearance – fundamentally unchanged throughout its life – and engineering excellence has secured the 'G-Wagen' cult status and earned it a reputation as one of the most coveted of classic 4x4s.
Taking its cue from the rival Land Rover, the early G-Wagen was not luxurious by any means, featuring manually wound windows and fabric upholstery, but soon established a reputation for being able to traverse the most challenging terrain. This capability was emphatically demonstrated in 1983 when a 280GE crewed by Jacky Ickx and Claude Brasseur won what is arguably the toughest off-road event in the world: the Paris-Dakar Rally.
Early G-Wagens were powered by a variety of four- and six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines, while three body styles were available: two-door hardtop, two-door convertible, and long-wheelbase four-door station wagon. For 1991 a revised (type 463) chassis was introduced, incorporating the very latest in off-road traction technology in the form of three electronically engaged differentials in addition to anti-lock brakes. Cabin comfort had been improved in the late 1980s, but by the early 1990s Mercedes-Benz had recognised the growing market of 4x4 owners who valued style, luxury and power above ultimate off-road capability, and in 1993 introduced the limited-edition 500GE, a V8-powered model that took the G-Wagen into Range Rover territory. Although it lacked the front locking differential, only needed for the toughest going, the 500GE came with 240bhp on tap and a luxurious interior trimmed in burr walnut veneer and fine quality leather, which is just what its target market demanded. After two years in production the 500GE disappeared from the range, returning in 1998 as the G500, again powered by a 5.0-litre V8 petrol engine.
One of only nine short-wheelbase variants currently registered in the UK, this G500 V8 is an AMG special edition - as evidenced by their plaque on the console - featuring special wing mirrors, up-rated brakes, xenon headlights, etc. Other noteworthy features include heated seats, sunroof, air conditioning, and iPod connectivity. Finished in Polar White with black leather interior, the car is described by the private vendor as in immaculate condition, running and driving superbly, having covered only some 62,000 miles from new. Offered from a private collection, this ultra-rare and exclusive Mercedes-Benz 4x4 is offered with a V5C document and 12 months MoT. The provision of later AMG wheels is the only notified deviation from factory specification.

Options factory installed

4235-Speed Automatic Transmission
580Air Conditioner
C77Radiator Grille With Chrome Effect
C78Door Sills Stainl. Steel 2-Fold Illuminated *Inv*
D27Electric Sliding/Lifting Roof
DN1Load Retaining Net
E80Cassette Box
EE7Battery 12V, 100 Ah
EF4Mb Audio 30 Rds Radio, Export Version
EP5Cd Changer
F01Cab Parts, Countries
F463Series Production 463 - Cross-Country Vehicle
GE8Automatic Transmission W5 A 580
GE9Automatic Transmission With Touch Shift, 5-Speed
H02Behr Air Conditioning System
H10Seat Heater For Driver And Front Passenger
H11Heater For Rear Bench Seat
I85Tires 265/60 R18 All-Season Tires *Inv*
J58Warning System For Seat Belts
K01Tank / Exhaust Countries
L30Protective Grille For Headlamps
LB4Turn Signal Lenses, Front White, Rear Bichromatic
MR6Engine M113 E50
P48Rear Mud Flaps
Q01Chassis Parts, Specific Countries
RB9Spare Wheel Cover, Stainless Steel
RL845.7 Cm (18") Light Alloy Wheels, 5-Spoke Design
SK2Driver Seat Occupancy Recognition
SK3No Code Designation Available
T84Side Step
U46Leather Equipment
V01Interior Trim, Specific Countris
V18Interior Trim In Black
V53Stowage Box And Luggage Compartment Cover
V56Trim, Burred Walnut Veneer
V63Luggage Nets At Backrests Of Front Seats
VL1I* Steering Whl.+Sel.Lever In Leath./Burl Wood Des
VL2Velour Floor Mats
VL3Exclusive Package

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Last updated: 22 Jun 2020 - 11:09:01 (MET)



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