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Old 7th November 2011, 06:43   #16
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Sorry my bad, so used to writing G55 that the normal G gets left out.



My Friend even these cars a G's and not GL's. Adding two pics for reference and their body styles are way to different that you even need to see the badge.
OMG....I now realize the gross mistake I've been making, I knew all along those were Gs... somehow I keep typing GL subconsciously.... extremely sorry

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I was going through the History of the G Class and understood the legacy behind this car.
The G-Class is being used as Military vehicles in different designs in 33 countries around the world. It is one of the strongest vehicles produced till date. The design hasn't been much altered since it was launched first in 1979. Please visit the wikipedia link to know more about the legend Mercedes-Benz G-Class - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Those G500s must be definately proving tough on their pockets as far as petrol prices go in India! Great find
Petrol prices in Germany and Netherlands are much higher compared to India. In Germany per liter of petrol is around a little over Rs100 and in Netherlands its slightly more. So these guys most probably find it cheap here in India.
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An article in the Telegraph Kolkata

City last stop in Merc long drive
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Thanks! Was hoping to have a bhpian spot this expedition. Had been following a bit of it on the official G-Klasse page on Facebook.

Here's the link to the expedition called "Journey to the Roof of the World"

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Thanks really, was looking for news on this trip everywhere...
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I finally found their official shots on Facebook!

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1506167&type=3
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More information on the expedition:

- A caravan of 15 G-Wagons end their long journey in India. These 15 G Wagons embarked on a 16,800 kilometer trip spanning 38 days and continents of Europe and Asia through Germany, Russia and Nepal.

- The group included members of ages between 18 – 80 years!

- This caravan was part of the global ‘Mercedes-Benz Driving Events’ campaign.

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