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Mercedes-Benz W 460 280 GE Cabriolet

ALL TIME STARS is pleased to offer this Mercedes-Benz best-preserved W460 G convertible in a classic color and equipment combination.
The car belongs to the Collectors Edition. These classics and young classics are in good condition both technically and in terms of appearance. Their patina lends them a special character.

Visit us at Mercedes-Benz Museum Stuttgart and let yourself be convinced by this vehicle.

Before delivery this Mercedes-Benz classic car receives a comprehensive service and a new TÜV.
If requested we can offer a Mercedes-Benz Classic Car guarantee.

No liability for printing and writing errors.
Subject to error and prior sale.

 

Vehicle details
280 GE Cabriolet
on request
on request
Collectors Edition
1979 - 1991
79.400
2
on request
74.890
No
Mercedes-Benz Museum
Technical details
156 PS
2.746 ccm
6
2
left
stickshift
5
all wheel
disc brakes
disc brakes
gasoline
0
0
Individual configuration
white
No
Yes
No
black
cloth
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Options

A70 Differentialsperre Vorderachse
A71 Differentialsperre Hinterachse
C27 Vorderfeder stärker, Stufe I
C33 Hinterfedern härter, Stufe I
C70 Stoßstange hinten zweiteilig
G48 Getriebe 5-Gang GL 275
G75 Wegdrehzahlausgleich
J38 Drehzahlmesser elektronisch
L16 Nebelscheinwerfer Halogen
L18 Nebelschlußleuchte
P34 Cabrio-Faltverdeck
P39 Kotflügelverbreiterung schwarz für Breitreifen
Q58 Abschleppkupplung vorne
R69 Reserveradhalter schwenkbar
R78 Leichtmetallräder (7J x 15) für Breitreifen
S18 Sitzneigungsverstellung vorne links
S30 Kopfstütze für Fahrersitz
S32 Kopfstütze für Beifahrersitz
S55 Sitzbank im Fahrgastraum klappbar
S64 Sicherheitsgurte Sitzbank
V05 Gehobenes Ausstattungspaket
V29 Innenausstattung grau Karo
V34 Haltegriff und Armaturenbrett gepolstert

V46 Fussmatten für Fahrgastraum
V47 Ablageschale mit Warmluftführung
Y44 Warndreieck

Vehicle history

When in February 1979 the Mercedes-Benz G-Models were presented, a totally new terrain was entered. Already during the war Mercedes-Benz had made cross-country cars which were, however, primarily used by civil as well as non-civil state institutions. The new generation of off-road cars were, on the one hand, conceived as an exclusive vehicle for free time activities, on the other hand, for heavy use in industrial and community areas.

The development took place in co-operation with the Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG which extended the Puch plant in Graz-Thondorf for the series production of the G-Models. First, on the basis of a co-operation contract, the „Gelände-Fahrzeug GmbH“ (off-road vehicles ltd.), in which both partners participated with 50 %, signed responsible for the production. In August 1981 the participation of Daimler-Benz in the GFG was given up. Ever since, Mercedes-Benz off-road vehicles are produced by Steyr-Daimler-Puch as subcontractors. In Austria, Switzerland and the COMECON countries the otherwise totally identical vehicles are sold under the trademark „Puch“.

The G-Series model range originally comprised four engine- and five body-variants as well as chassis with two different frame lengths and wheelbases. Besides an open car with short wheelbase one could also choose a station wagon, as well as a box-type truck on a short or long chassis. As to aggregates and engines one had gone back to proven components – quite in line with the modular system long practised by Daimler-Benz. As engines the 2.4-liter and 3.0-liter Diesel aggregates, the 2.3-liter carburettor engine and the 2.8-liter injection engine, all of them known from series 123, were used. Internally all models and variants were assigned to series 460.

In the course of continuous model improvement and further development the interior equipment was refined several times and the range of special equipment constantly extended. In addition, the range of engines was changed as well. In April 1982, 230 GE with the 2.3-liter injection engine M 102 was presented. On the domestic market it functioned as the successor of the former 230 G. Since 1986 it was also available on demand with a three-way catalyst. Since 1986 a variant with 2.0-liter injection engine was exclusively produced as an export model for Italy. In October 1987 the 250 GD with its 2.5-liter 5-cylinder Diesel engine OM 602 was introduced into the market and replaced the proven 240 GD.

Are you interested in this vehicle? I will be pleased to advise you

Robert Forster

Tel. +49 176 309 212 81

E-Mail robert.forster@daimler.com