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MOC-2425 Mercedes-Benz G500 AWD Wagon

MOC-2425 Mercedes-Benz G500 AWD Wagon Item NO.: 129607

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Product Name MOC-2425 Mercedes-Benz G500 AWD Wagon
Item NO. 129607
Weight 2.3 kg = 5.0706 lb = 81.1301 oz
Category MOC World
Tag moc , Mercedes , Benz , G500 , Mercedes-Benz , 2425 , MOC-2425 , MOC2425 , Wagon , AWD
Creation Time 2019-06-20

The Mercedes-Benz G500  (or G550  in the United States) is a special edition of the W-463 Mercedes-Benz G-Class (1990–2018), built with portal gear axles and much larger wheels and tires, for greatly increased off-road capability.Fitted with a twin-turbo V8 engine with up to 416 HP, the vehicle stands out by combining Humvee-like off-road specifications with sportscar performance, as well as being one of the very few production cars.

We have long been the idea of a self-made Lego model and thought long about what to build. And after much back and forth, we decided for this SUV- the G Class Mercedes. 

The happiness that appears this SUV as a set and is available on the desk, on a shelf or in your collector's display.

Technic G500 AWD Wago

This Kit Contains:

  • 1628+PCS GOOD Quality Bricks
  • Its PF Version
  • Size:  L : 37cm    w : 15 cm   H : 16cm 
  • Contain  PDF Instruction guide 

The  product package does not contain stickers and is electronically printed. The printed parts are replaced by ordinary parts and do not contain third-party accessories. The manual and renderings are for reference only and are subject to the actual parts package.


User guide instructions for all our kits can also be found on the Users Guides section of our website.

All parts are quality checked before shipping, so if you find some missing or damaged parts, don't worry.  Please contact us and we will send them to you immediately free of charge.


This MOC sets will be shipped out within 10 days, thanks for your support.

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