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Hello guys!
Planning my trip in USA this October.
Have no idea what to do with my G-Wagen.
If somebody interesting to buy in great condition Mercedes G ready to give away
in good hands.
Thing is I am going with my wife and daughter live in USA.
Have to start all over again. Need job, apartment and have no idea in what state should to go.
Any advice will appreciated.

My G Wagen is 1985.
With OM617 after overhaul just past 1000ml.
Transmission is 711.113 new from Germany.
Everything is working.
Car is really in best condition it could be.
Planning to sell in Ukraine or in USA.
Gladly will answer for any question.
 

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Hi Bangaway.
Asking 21000$ in Ukraine.
If I'll get proposition in USA to sell, I will.
Otherwise will live G in Ukraine to sell or bring it later.
Thanks for help Bangaway any help is valuable.
 

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How much would it cost to ship to Colorado? Is shipping to the U.S. even feasible? How many miles or kilometers does it have?

So where do you want to move to in the U.S.?
 

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Just bought engine OM603 3.0TD for my G whith 74 000 mileage.
First switch the engines than will bring the car.

Price to ship is 1050$ from Germany to Baltimore.
To make USA registration is around 1500$.

First of all going to Philadelphia for month, than maybe California!!! Great weather in CA! Seriously still thinking.
 

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California is a wonderful place to live, I love this place aside from the high prices of everything and the politics here. I'm not sure if you'd be used to the weather here in L.A though, right now it's 103.5 °F, and tomorrow will be 106. We've been getting nothing but 100+ degree days all August! Things usually cool down by mid-Fall though.

Good luck with the move, and welcome to America!
 
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