M561 M792 Condec Gama Goat

M561 M792 Condec Gama Goat

Driving experience

    On the Road

    Richard Lehr  27 August 2017 15:00:00
    She is already having her new top and doors for the tractor. Waiting for a delivery from the USA with top and end curtains for the carrier.

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      Being in Bremen

      Richard Lehr  22 April 2017 14:27:00
      The "Schuppen Eins" in Bremen was celebrating the saison opening for historical vehicles on April 22nd, 2017. http://schuppeneins.com/galerie/

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        Street legal Goat

        Richard Lehr  11 July 2016 20:46:00
        The Goat, loaded on an Assistance tow truck for a little journey to go thru the TÜV and get the §§21,23 certificates which are necessary to get her street legal and declared as a historical vehicel.

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          Offroad in Wesendorf 2014

          Richard Lehr  18 October 2014 13:53:00
          Together with friends playing in the sand of Offroad-Park Südheide, Wesendorf. http://www.offroadpark-heide.de/

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          Picking up the Goat from the freight forwarder’s yard

          Richard Lehr  15 April 2014 11:00:00
          Welcome to Germany

          We picked-up the Gama Goat at the freight forwarder's yard. Many thanks to Spedition Toebbe in Stuhr for their excellent services bringing the vehicle from England to Germany.

          On the way home I had some brake issues. First thing to check will be the brake system. While it is a semi-amphibious vehicle there are air lines from the engine to the brake drums to prevent them from dust, dirt and water. And here the problem normally starts, oil from the engine is coming thru the air lines to the brake drums. Why did the engineers pass on an oil separator?

          Image:Picking up the Goat from the freight forwarder’s yard

          Image:Picking up the Goat from the freight forwarder’s yard

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