Specific: 2 MB-trac 700 was
transferred to Oksboel Training Area in 2004 from the Air
Force, where there were used as plane-tugs. The shown
MB-trac is used in camp-maintenance, and the second for
handling the armoured vehicles at the maintenance
Historical: The prototype of whats was to become
the MB-trac, was ready for testing in April 1969. The
65/70-series went into production in July 1973 with some
520 units produced by end of 1973. Some of the components
were "of-the-shelf" from the various Unimog
ranges. Production of the 65/70 range seized in December
The MB-trac developed over the years with bigger and more
powerfull units produced.
With the last MB-trac made at the Gaggenau factory
December 17th 1991, more than 41.000 had been produced.
The MB-trac 700-series were produced from 1976 to 1987.
Length: 4.67 m (182 inches).
Width: 2.02 m (79 inches).
Height: 2.85 m (111 inches).
Weight: 6.000 kg (13.200 lb.).
Engine: Mercedes-Benz 4-cylinder, type OM 314, 3.780
cm3 (230 cubic inches) displacement, liquid cooled.
Horsepower: 65 at 2.400 rpm.
Transfer case: Yes.
Electrical system: 12 volt, negative ground.
Tyres: 14.9 - 13/24.
without preparation: N/A.
with deep water fording kit: N/A.
Fuel type: Diesel.
Fuel capacity: 120 liter (26 gallons).
Range: 350 km (218 miles).
Additional: Shown vehicle is probably a