Discussion in 'General Mercedes-Benz Related Discussion' started by Blobcat, May 25, 2019.
Which are often made from cheap shoddy plastic !!
So it's OK to put a genuine AMG badge on then?
No. Just no.
You may as well double badge the front while you're at it.
Didn't say that, I said "Which are often made from cheap shoddy plastic !!" not that it was OK to fit a genuine one
Them mats need shaking
Just bang them against the wing...
yeh, but they're 'AMG' mats, the first ones Ive had, so they can stay as used
I did mask all references too, no matter where on me car
I have noticed just lately that the SLK 32 'wanna be's are removing the 0 from the boot lids on their SLK 320's.
They are probably part of the same brigade that just buy an SLK 320 and do nothing at all to them but use and possibly abuse them as well as not getting them serviced and totally ignore the advisories that have formed a part of a pending horror story and then expect to get top money when they off-load them on to the unsuspecting potential new owner.
I came across a double badged SLK 230 recently with Barabbas badges on the grill and the boot lid.
followed on the way to work tonight:
This has the take the biscuit of all time greatest AMG badges
Just seen this one on an Instagram store for maguires it might just be my dodgy eyes but is that a Audi wheel with a ferrari caliper??
Yep. It is.
I suppose his "buyer's" point of view is "Why buy the car, when I can just buy a badge?" But I think people who stick up-market badges on their cars are just wasting money because they're only fooling themselves (and making a fool of themselves in the process) !
cant believe somebody would put a mcdonalds sticker anywhere on a AMG never mind there. wouldn't put it on my wheelie bin
It is amusing though.
The guy has clearly got a sense of humour
Or a love of burgers
There you go, you genuine
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