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1991 Mercedes-Benz G-Class Gets an Amazing Midnight Blue Wolf Restomod

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class boasts a long, storied existence under the three-pointed star marque. It has withstood the test of time and has since been a favorite for tuners. Whether it’s the new or old versions of the auto, the G-Class just never fails to impress. Recently, one tuner just gave us motorheads a treat with its new restomod featuring this iconic SUV. From Expedition Motor Company comes a refreshing take on the 1991 Mercedes-Benz 250GD called the “Midnight Blue Wolf”. The G-Wagen restomod involves a painstaking 1,000-hour work to bring it back to its pristine look. It features a midnight blue paint finish, as its name implies, mashed to a… Continue Reading »


Top 3 Of The Most Timeless Mercedes Sports Cars

Mercedes-Benz has secured its name as one of the most illustrious and best-selling brands in the world. Remember, their slogan is “the best or nothing”. Mercedes has always been a company known for its top-notch car automation and high-class comfortability, all within an affordable price in the deluxe department. The company has released a large number of awe-inspiring, unique, modern, and old-timey models. So with hundreds of models of on-road and super sports cars built over its time up to the present, it is nearly impossible to summarize them in such a small list but we’ve made sure to pick the top 3 most excellent ones: 1.   Mercedes-Benz 190E Cosworth… Continue Reading »


1928 Mercedes-Benz Sports Tourer: The Car that Porsche Built

One sample of the 1928 Mercedes-Benz Sports Tourer went under the hammer at the Quail Lodge Auction of Bonhams just a few days ago where it fetched a hefty sum of $5,395,000. Aside from being a pre-World War II car in good running condition, the product also carries with it a colorful history that’s tied to another big name in the automotive industry. The Mercedes Sports Tourer was one of the vehicles that Ferdinand Porsche designed back when he was the chief engineer of the three-pointed star marque and before he founded the company that carried his name in 1931. The development of the vintage car started just after the… Continue Reading »


1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Autobahn Kurier Wins Best of Show at Pebble Beach

Classic, antique, and vintage Mercedes-Benz cars are no stranger at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. One of the veterans in the event is the 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Autobahn Kurier, and a quick Google search will tell you just that. Recently, the car has won the Best of Show in the 70th year of the affair. Prior to the event, the 540K Autobahn Kurier already won the Best in Show title at the 2019 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. That is in addition to the numerous distinctions it received since it was introduced at the event in 2006. It should be noted that its initial participation in the show immediately got it… Continue Reading »


Mitsubishi Galant AMG: Japanese by Birth, German by Heart

AMG is for Mercedes-Benz as Ralliart is for Mitsubishi. Right now, it’s hard to picture AMG engines going to cars outside the three-pointed star marque. However, once upon a time, there was such a thing as the Mitsubishi Galant AMG. Although AMG was already linked to Mercedes cars since 1971, it was only in 1993 when the two forged an exclusive contract. It wasn’t until 1999 when the performance studio would be absorbed by Mercedes. So prior to ’93, anybody with cash to burn can just bring their cars to the company for a hot power boost. The Galant was actually the second Mitsubishi car that AMG worked on. The… Continue Reading »


1970 Mercedes-Benz W111 Gets a Modern AMG Engine Transplant

The Mercedes-Benz W111 is definitely one of the darlings in restomodding. One of the leading companies that specialize in such projects is Mechatronik, and here’s another one of its works. Outside, the 1970 W111 still possesses its pristine shine. Going inside reveals the same leather covers on the interior upholstery, floor carpeting, floor mats, analog indicators, buttons, switches, levers, classic steering wheel, and cassette player found in the car when it came out in the bell-bottoms jeans era. It’s like being in another time inside the W111 until one starts its engine and drives off with it. That’s because the 3.5-liter V8 engine of the car with around 200 hp… Continue Reading »


1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 SL Given a Wild Widebody Upgrade

The 1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 SL (R129) Roadster may be the entry point of buyers into the SL range, but it was such a hot commodity back in its time for the rich and famous. The late Princess Diana even leased one but it was not without controversy because the media questioned whether a member of the British royal family should drive a foreign car. Recently, we saw a market listing for the car on ClassicDriver. Aside from the fact that it is rare to find a 1992 500 SL in good condition nowadays, the subject stands out more because of its unique build, thanks to its special body package from… Continue Reading »


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