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Look what I found on Bring a Trailer the perfect Wagon for Woolly and his Girls. :smile:

It is green from the Factory inside and out and got the Steering wheel on the wrong Side :grin:

check it out on Ebay this one is a truely nice.

Mercedes Benz Other RARE RHD O319D Bus | eBay

This 1963 Mercedes Benz 0319D (chassis 31917020006662) is a rare and unique bus that features seating for 17 passengers! Reminiscent of the T1 and T2 Volkswagen buses, this diesel powered bus was imported from Klabböle, Sweden, by a private Mercedes collector and is said to be completely original both inside and out. The bus is registered with a clean and clear Oregon title. Find it here on eBay in Portland, Oregon with reserve not met. Special thanks to BaT reader Patrick S. for this submission.

With the exception of a few touched-up rock chips, the listing claims the two-tone green on green paint is original. The seller also notes the body is in great condition excluding a few minor dings. The high quality and detail-focused photos included in the ad show that the body trim, emblems, light lenses, roof rack and grill appear to be in exceptional condition. With so much glass, it’s comforting to hear all of the windshield rubber is still intact and properly seals.

The seller confesses that the windshield wipers are currently non-operational, but the culprit for failure is currently being investigated. With overhead passenger storage nets, additional foldout seating, a BEHR heater, adjustable window curtains and air-ventilation, this van is optioned nicely. Additionally, this example’s rare factory-equipped power electric passenger loading door is also claimed to operate flawlessly.

With 159,xxx km (approximately 105,000 miles), this right-hand-driver is stated to fire-up and run smoothly. Though the seller claims the bus moves at a “leisurely” pace, the drivetrain is a cool-running OM636 diesel engine accompanied with a manual transmission that’s recently had its shift linkage bushings replaced to ensure smooth gear changes. It’s also worth mentioning the brakes work without issue. To sweeten the deal, this bus still has the original tool kit, first aid kit, owner’s manuals, brochures, and an undisclosed amount of service records.

Judging by the photos and seller’s description, the van appears to be in remarkable shape considering its age. If you’re in the market for a classic bus, this vintage greenhouse on wheels certainly looks the part. Rare, clean, well sorted and imported, what’s not to love?
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