Mercedes-Benz T 2 (new), type: 667, 668, 669, 670
The second, completely newly developed generation of the T 2 came on the market in 1986 and was built until 1996.
The hood had become a bit longer, the design overall more angular.
Although the term “Vario” was only introduced in the third generation, it is often used in “normal language”
– due to the almost identical appearance – also applied to these vehicles. The T 2 (new) was primarily equipped with diesel engines.
The following diesel variants were available: 507 D, 508 D, 511 D, 609 D, O 609 D, 611 D, O 611 D, O 614 D, 709 D, 711 D, 714 D, 809 D, 811 D, 814 D and 814 DA
(A stands for all-wheel drive here).
The Mercedes-Benz 510 model was the only T 2 (new) with a gasoline engine, the M 102.
In times of high diesel prices, the 510 enjoyed increasing popularity as it was suitable for conversion to LPG (liquid gas).
In 1991/1992, production of the T 2 was relocated from Düsseldorf to the Ludwigsfelde plant, where the successor model Vario also rolled off the assembly line from 1996 (until 2013).
Notes on the appropriate conversion kit for the LWR:
Type MB T1 or T2 or T2N or T2W (Vario) or Unimog (Headlights are all identical):
If the headlight has a plastic housing on the back and the (old hydraulic) adjustment looks like this picture then this conversion kit will fit your vehicle: MB T1, T2, T2N, T2W (Vario) or Unimog
New conversion kit C.HEL.24N.RSMLSTD
Ready-made electrical LWR conversion kit as a replacement for the hydraulic headlight range control for 12 volt vehicles, consisting of:
- 2 new servomotors
- 1 new round LWR switch for the interior
- very detailed illustrated installation instructions
- Various installation materials
- 1 cable set (new and suitably assembled)