Vans of Berlin x MYVAN: The Mercedes-Benz 207 D.

Mercedes-Benz 207 D

In cooperation with the Instagram channel "Vans of Berlin", we present you a photo gallery from the German capital on the Spree River featuring the Mercedes-Benz 207 D.

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D - (c) Linnart Unger, Vans of Berlin

Mercedes-Benz 207 D.

The television tower, Brandenburg Gate and the victory column are tourist attractions that everyone in Berlin knows. Yet Germany’s capital city also has other highlights for van fans. Historical Mercedes-Benz vans in many different model versions and colors, including a few rarities. The photographer Linnart Unger runs the "Vans of Berlin” Instagram channel and searches the city for undiscovered van icons. In cooperation with the channel, MYVAN presents the fourth part of the shared series, an image gallery featuring the Mercedes-Benz 207 D. The “Bremer Transporter” replaced its predecessor the “Harburger Transporter” in 1977. Even at first glance, it was clear that the 207 D was a new model. With its short-hood design, large windscreen and new systems for active and passive driving safety, the van set new standards. The 207 D featured the powerful four-cylinder OM 616 diesel engine.

“Bremer Transporter.”

Even today, the “Bremer Transporter” remains a legend on wheels and is used in many different areas. It is especially popular as a camper van. The Portuguese couple, Bianca and Hugo, even rent out the 207 D to enthusiastic guests as mobile accommodation.

Profile Mercedes-Benz 207 D

Manufacturer

Daimler-Benz AG

Production period

1977 – 1982

Production location

Bremen

Predecessor model

Harburger Transporter

Successor model

T2 Düsseldorfer

Design

Panel van, flatbed

Length

4870 mm

Height

2400 mm

Wheelbase

3050 mm

Permitted gross vehicle weight

2810 kg

Engines

OM 616 2.4 l / 65 hp (48kw)

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Photos: Linnart Unger | Vans of Berlin

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