AND it is really ugly. I don't care for the styling of the exterior or the dash.
I guess I am getting old. This one was built for wealthy young asian guys.


On 25/06/2015 1:05 PM, Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes wrote:
It was purchased with funny munny.

On Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 2:03 PM, Rich Thomas via Mercedes <> wrote:

7 yo car, looks to be in nice condition, 30% of initial price.  Wow.

Looks like a bug someone stepped on... and black. To quote the immortal words of Wilton, "hafta let it go!"

I'm with Randy. fugly car. I like the cars of the 60s through the end of the 124 and 126 chassis, before the bowtie guys took over and started hanging unreliable outdatable electronics crap all over. (Sorry Jaime, I know you do some whizbang things, but I kinda like the simplicity of the 110 and 123.)

Same with BMW Kraftrad. I love all the old ones up through the /7. The R 9T is interesting, but not as pure as the older ones. The /2 with earles forks are works of art.

I may need to move to central MS and hang out with Vetch and learn the tricks of sourcing and restoring /2 and /5/6/7 BMW Kraftrad. Either that or I wanna restore tractors. clean and simple. The design of tractors in the 30s (and sold into the 50s) was clean and simple, so you don't scare away horse farmers. Once nobody farmed with horses anymore (60s) tractors became much more complex and busy designs.

Now JD and Ag Leader kick apple and foogle's butts on the self driving front. JD has had self driving tractors out for 20 years. Ag leader about as long, and Kinze is the new kid on the block.

The letter model JD and IH tractors are fun. The other brands from that era are ok too. Fergie and AC had some innovative things.


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