There are a few out there, but it's tough finding the owners. Too bad MVPA doesn't really have an owners guide any more. I used to know of one T813 Kolos in California, no idea what happened to it. Likewise there was the 6x6 that was being worked on for several years, original guy that imported...
Hah, just spotted this thread. Moved up here last year, still have to bring a last load up from down South. Right now I just have a Haflinger, but this year I'll probably be bringing a Unimog in. In the past I've had other Unimogs, M35A2C and a D, M151, WC51/52, various trailers, gennies...
Good thread, and I'm in the same boat - but up in Alaska. I've also found that getting steel building info is tough. Takes lots of time, and there are lots of useless sites out there. I need to run a minimum 30x60, heated floors, wood/oil heat and spray foam insulation. Also planning on a pit...
Years ago, I could swear that someone out there was doing a home build on one, for reenactments. From what I recall, they completed it....and now I can't find anything about it on the 'net.
Anyone remember this, or have a link I can do a follow up on?
Hmm. That last photo is interesting. His trousers and blouse look like ERDL, but the helmet cover doesn't match. No way it could have been standard woodland, not with that date. Interesting pic, thanks for posting it up.
Your best chance is heading over to the rest of the 6x6 and 8x8 AATV guys on 6x6 world. I'll pm you a link if you'd like, don't know what the policies here are currently about "advertising" other forums.
I think there's one or two other owners there.
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