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Ex Recovair Mercedes-Benz Unimog now with West Sussex Fire & Rescue Technical Rescue Unit based at Horley.
Exercise 'Flipper' at Carbisdale Castle, Sutherland. 28th + 29th March 2009
copyright Derek Gordon / British Red Cross.
A Mercedes Benz Unimog 411a snow blower at the Techno Classica Essen.
© Dennis Matthies
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Classic model Mercedes Unimog model fitted with snowblowers. © Henk Graalman 1969
The Unimog makes a perfect expedition vehicle. So this one just had to be build.
I hope you like it and please feel free to rate and comment!
SY54SAR 2014 Mercedes Benz Unimog U300 of the British Red Cross. This is operated in Scotland as a command and control communications support unit for use by the Red cross and other emergency services. Seen here at the 2014 Great North Run, Photo via Chris Playforth.
Many thanks for taking a look.
Kirkby Stephen/Brough Classic Commercial Vehicle Rally
For future reference I put together my fire engine Unimog in Lego Digital Designer LDD (universe mode). If you care for the instructions, drop me a flickr mail with your e-mail adress. I'll send you the file.
"Unimog is a range of multi-purpose all-wheel drive medium trucks produced by Daimler (formerly Daimler-Benz) and sold under the brand name Mercedes-Benz. In the United States and Canada, the Unimog was sold as the Freightliner Unimog. The name Unimog is pronounced [ˈuːnɪmɔk] in German and is an acronym for the German "UNIversal-MOtor-Gerät", Gerätbeing the German word for device (also in the sense of machine, instrument, gear, apparatus). Daimler-Benz took over manufacture of the Unimog in 1951 and they are currently built in the Mercedes truck plant in Wörth am Rhein in Germany
Due to their off-road capabilities, Unimogs can be found in jungles, mountains and deserts as military vehicles, fire fighters, expedition campers, and even in competitions like truck trials and Dakar Rally rally raids. In Western Europe, they are commonly used as snowploughs, municipal equipment carriers, agricultural implements, forest ranger vehicles, construction equipment or road-rail vehicles and as army personnel or equipment carriers (in its armoured military version)
I like this little truck and it looks quiet big from the frog point of view.
HDR and tonemapping with Photomatix.
with Unimog U300 on the back, which has a cable pulling winch fitted
Unimog overland camper in Morocco
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GVB rail-Unimog 58 is bezig de defect geraakte gelede tram 719 weg te slepen van de druk bereden Cornelis Lelylaan.
Een beeld van de tuinsteden van zo'n veertig jaar geleden. Zicht op Overtoomse Veld. Op de achtergrond zien we twee bouwkranen die bezig zijn.
GVB Uninog mounted with tiny tram wheels is busy towing. On the hook he has got articulated tram 719. This route still is a busy one, so getting this broken vehicle out of this position has got high priority.
Amsterdam, Cornelis Lelylaan - 1972
© 1972 Amsterdam RAIL - All Rights Reserved
Encuentro de "Coches clásicos"
"Memorial Ton Juni"
Castellbisbal, Barcelona, 17/5/2015
I added a street sweeper (cleaner) to the Unimog 8110. The two brushes are turining counterwise. They are driven by the front PTO. The two arms are suspended (suing a red soft axle). The whole equipment can be lifted via the front PPTO.