No, it’s a twin. 4wd B2600 1700kg. Same year, same everything. Only white.
It sat in a ditch next to a barn and heavy snow made a roof/wall cave in on top of the cab last winter. The truck is not used in 10 years and all I know is the engine still turns and the handbrake works better than mine I have no plans for it other than spare parts. It seems these trucks are close to extingt and also new spare parts are getting hard to come by.
After showing up on woodgas, and all the usual show and tell, the owner decided to give me the truck for free Only I had to change tires on it before I could load it. He wanted to keep the good looking rims for his pickup.
It was pitch black before I could push off into the dark forests and gravel backroads. This haul was far from legal but the first two hours the only light I saw was an oncoming truck hauling timber. It took me 4 hours and 3 refuels to reach home again.
About hauling performance. On flat paved stretches I was actually surpriced I was able to maintain 80 km/h on 100% woodgas. Most of the time much slower speeds of course, and sometimes even 2nd gear WOT on 90% gasoline climbing steep hills.
However adding char to the wood makes wonders to the outgoing woodgas temp and richness of the gas. Plain wood is ok for 95% of my driving around home but when pushing hard for hours a little char mixed in helps a lot.