The 1987 Mercedes Unimog Camper U1300L modified by Wabi-sabi Overland is a proper expedition-style vehicle that offers everything needed for a comfortable and adventurous journey. With a 6.0-liter turbodiesel inline-six engine, eight-speed manual transmission, and portal axles, this vehicle is built for off-road use. The green exterior is eye-catching, and the Mercedes Unimog Camper cabin includes a kitchenette, dinette, comfortable sleeping area, fridge, shower, and bathroom.
In addition to its many features, this Mercedes Unimog Camper has a 600-watt solar panel system, diesel air heater, water filtration system, LED lighting, double-glazed windows, roof turret hatch, sand ladders, rearview camera, awning, and front winch. Recent work includes changing the oil and replacing batteries and winch roller fairleads.
Ideal for adventure-seekers, this unique Mercedes Unimog Camper is an excellent choice for the next journey. It has a clean Carfax report, recent service records, manuals, and a clean Oregon title. The Unimog is built on a black-finished frame with a custom rear bumper and features a snorkel air intake, a roof rack with a cargo cage, roof-rack-mounted aluminum foot lockers, and a Superwinch EP 16.5 front winch.
The Mercedes Unimog Camper cabin is mounted on a modified Mercedes-Benz subframe and equipped with double-glazed windows, an ARB awning, four under-mounted steel storage lockers, a roof turret hatch, and six roof-mounted solar panels totaling 600 watts. It also includes a 30-gallon freshwater tank, a 16-gallon gray water tank, and twin solids and blackwater tanks mounted under the camper. The traction boards are reportedly WWII-era Marston Mats that have been sandblasted and powder-coated, and they are mounted on the back along with an additional ladder.
The Mercedes Unimog Camper‘s cab features two air suspension seats upholstered in black cloth, gray cloth door panels, gray carpets, and Atkinson Vos sound-deadening floor mats. Sound-deadening material was also applied throughout the cab. The dashboard includes controls for the heater, differential locks, and indicator lights for the eight-speed transmission. An Alpine is mounted in an overhead console, and the rear of the cab has been modified with a lockable hatch to access the living quarters.
The living quarters feature LED lighting, a kitchenette, vinyl flooring, locking overhead and side storage cabinets, dual dinette seats, an oak table, a Planar 2D diesel air heater, a General Ecology Seagull water filtration system, and control panels for the batteries, solar power system, and holding tanks. The bathroom is outfitted with an Air Head composting toilet, additional overhead storage cabinets, and a high-volume ceiling vent fan. The shower is housed in the entryway and drains into a gray water tank. The kitchenette includes oak countertops, three lockable cabinets, a sink, a Dometic alcohol-fueled range, and a Dometic CFX-40 compressor refrigerator. The sleeping quarters feature a 48″ x 75″ memory foam mattress on a ventilated box spring. There is storage underneath the bed, and additional storage cabinets are mounted overhead along with a fan, a power strip, and dual windows with bug nets.
In summary, the 1987 Mercedes Unimog Camper is the ultimate off-road adventure vehicle. Its numerous features and unique design make it a standout option for those seeking a comfortable and memorable journey. Click here for more details.