It seems that with every year, people stop buying these cars... Interesting...
That is very common of any high end item, especially Luxury Cars. Early adapters will pay a premium to have the newest, coolest item. They are rarely considering depreciation in their purchase (and most of these cars are initially leased not owned by the first buyer). As the model wears on and is no longer the newest car on the block there is less and less interest as time goes on until the next newest model comes out. Hence the reason for "face lift" redesigns every 4 or so model years. They have to try to keep it looking fresh or sales would plummet.
2005 SL55 AMG
To prolong the life of the components in your ABC system and help prevent system failures flush your ABC fluid regularly (every 20,000 miles, or every other oil change).
Drives: SL55AMG, Ferrari 348, Ferrari Testarossa, Ferrari F40, Ferrari Mondial t, Ducati 916, Indycar
Originally Posted by PS94
pkeng986, this was a freakin 5 year old thread, and you revive it to ask about mudguards??!!???
I just want to know who puts mud flaps on an SL?
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
SL55 AMG... delimited & 569hp/575ft lb tq
Ferrari F40 (sold)
Ferrari 348 Challenge... Tuned to 350 hp
87 March/Cosworth Indycar
BMW M3... tuned to 370 hp & delimited
Porsche Cayenne 'S' tuned to 385hp
Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale...tuned to 470hp www.VelocePerformance.com
The trouble is when you buy a new and expensive car it drops thousands
as soon as you drive it off the forecourt.
My 63 was 122 grand, 9 months have gone and they offered me 77 grand
part ex, makes you wanna cry.