Discussion in 'General Mercedes-Benz Related Discussion' started by Blobcat, May 25, 2019.
Yep, pretty hard to beat that JL
Though I'm working on it
All those badges will have to come off when the “Micro Blisters” start..
A bit old for a badge-sticker artist.
At last - a benefit to the red paint problems!
Does it come with the Blonde ??
The attention to detail is admirable but nothing seams to work....
Saw a GLC 250CDi today with AMG on the left and G25 on the Right!!!!!!
That's not a definition of “nice” that I recognise. A work in progress money pit in a fugly dress is how I’d describe it...
should be a 350 Diesel apparently!
Whilst not incorrect I don’t really understand why you’d do it. Those who know, know and those who don’t don’t care. Trying too hard to me.
The old saying of "more money than sense" springs to mind. But it's really odd who goes in for the badge game. When I was working for a crust "debadging" was the name of the game i.e.: if you got a "plus" model, the badge was removed so that it didn't cause alarm and despondency among the troops. Silly really because my car was always better than my "approved" level.
My cousin bought a spotless and beautiful, as new E Class. It had amassed 12,500 miles and the retiree owner (way past his early 70s) who had had it from new said in passing he would probably sell it because he wasn't driving much any more. Cousin said "how much?" then "- done" and came home in it (for which I hate him)! But - here's the odd thing - it had the new style grille complete with large silver Star and a gunsight badge as well. Personally, I do still prefer the gunsight but I would feel a chump with a mix n match! Last time I saw him he was thinking of replacing the gunsight with the small emblem which I suppose would be better than the old badge and new grille.
Wait, is that the Shell garage in Woodford?
Just buy the new C300 badge and leave it at that
Not exactly badging but what is that on top of that TVR, never seen one of those before !
That TVR is a Jaguar 420...allegedly according to total car check, weird
Looks like a kit car replica of a C type with a roof. Fuel filler in the roof is directly above where the filler would normally be.
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