At first, I was looking for something with a GM V8…until a buddy of mine pulled up in his CLK55 AMG. After a ride in that, I knew what I had to look for: an AMG. Right now, I’m still looking, but the following video caught my eye, or rather, my ear.
There is fast, and then there is “Holy Space Balls I’m Moving Entirely Too Fast for My Mind to Conceive” fast. Or in other words: going plaid. This Weistec E63S is definitely the latter.
Some old Mercs fall short in the engine department. Sure, the engine will never die, but that’s because you’ll practically be standing still. This swap fixes all that.
This is forum member “Kamilclk430’s” CL600. It has an angry mob’s-worth of horsepower, two turbos, a V12, and will run the quarter-mile in around 10 seconds. It also looks unbelievably sinister, and right now it’s for sale.
The engine was forced upwards, and the dash and steering rack were officially rendered “screwed up”. Essentially, it’s dead. Join us in a moment of silence.
The best possible way to modify your old Mercedes? Turn it into a Zonda.
Poor, unfortunate “pugads650″. He took his E55 to a garage for “a new supercharger bearing belt and miss fire [sic] issue.” It was misfiring, all right – starting in the passenger-side footwell.
Forum member Al93 is wondering if he can put an LS1 into his 2004 six-speed-manual C230 Kompressor. In his words, “I’m thinking about doing an LS1 swap to get a little more power on this car.” “A little more”? Al93, if you just want a little more power, drop in a Gen-I L98. Joking aside, let’s see what […]
So I’ve been bingeing on the Japanese Anime, Initial D. The show features a Toyota Sprinter Trueno, or, more commonly known as an AE86. In the show, the “8-6” is driven to the many prefectures of Japan and raced on mountain pass courses against other Japanese domestics. The show has a heavy dose of drift […]
The W204 Series Mercedes-Benz released the latest C-Class in January 2007. The most recent Mercedes-Benz C-Class offers the four-door sedan or the five-door estate. Unlike any of its predecessors, the new C-Class has four trim models: AMG, Avantgarde, Classic, and Elegance.