Would You Give Up Your Mercedes for a Porsche?
The new Cayman GT4 has a few of our forum members thinking about turning in their Affalterbach badges for some that have the town of Stuttgart on them.
According to CARFAX, the average amount of miles a person puts on a vehicle in a year is 15,000. Whoever owned this 1994 Mercedes-Benz E320 convertible certainly fell behind in driving it enough because it only has 72,220 miles. They obviously didn’t fail to look after its body and interior, though. Time machines exist – and they’re big enough to hold a car in them. See what I mean after the jump.
Forum member AMGAffalterbach is looking for a new Benz. He’s narrowed the candidates down to a 2014 E550 4MATIC and a 2012 E63 AMG. After the jump, find out which big factor can potentially affect his final decision.
It was a pricey build, but when you want your 2015 S550 Designo done right, you had better call Mercedes.
This six-strong fleet of 1987 Mercedes-Benz Unimogs is for sale … yes, the entire fleet can be yours for $200,000. They are also for sale individually, but imagine how cool it would be to have your very own fleet of Unimogs. Imagine making this Unimog fleet a Christmas present for a loved one. You’d never […] More »