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Mercedes Benz U5000
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No: 36035   Contributor: Steve Sparkes   Year: 2013   Manufacturers: Angloco, Mercedes-Benz   Country: United Kingdom
Mercedes Benz U5000

YX13 DVF. Bodywork by Angloco and displayed at the Emergency Services Day at The Trafford Centre, Manchester 08/08/2013.
Picture added on 12 September 2013 at 08:08
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Unimogs are great, but the high ground clearance does mean that access to the upper half of the side lockers is quite a stretch! Now, Angoloco has come up with a very simple and neat solution.

Added by Rob Johnson on 26 January 2014.
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