Classic 92 190E 2.6
Do you ever let your dog ride in your Benz? I am not talking about your wife.
Oh this is real cute! I am sure all the wives would love to read this postbgoin said:
You guys are killing me! I almost spit out of coffee reading this trying to contain my laughter! Well all I can say is having a nice MB with a gorgeous GS riding in the back seat got a lot of attention :thumbsup:cmitch said:Though I protest, my wife often insists that her sister go with us.
......funnyjohnhef said:my two dogs love riding in the cars, all of them. took both of them with me on a trip to indiana in the R350 last fall, just had to vacuum up afterwards. My girlfriends two little dogs however are not. all they do is pee.
For my new $40,000 plus 1998 SLK230, my three male dogs did get a ride, a couple of times (one at a time). But for the used, less than $5,000 1992 190E 2.6 (which is by far a better car than the SLK was or will ever be), they CANNOT ride!! They are very unhappy with that condition, so the dogs retaliate by peeing on the chrome wheels!!! Until I did this:bgoin said:
Ah Musikmann man I thought for sure if you owned a dog you would it riding in the finest car! I do think some dogs can ruin a car but my German Shepherds had their nails clipped and were groomed on a weekly basis and they were VERY well behaved in the car! U couldn't even tell a dog that large had been in the car once the dog hair was immediately cleaned after each car ride. No tears or scrathes, no chewing and in fact they were cleaner then small kids in my car It was nothing but the best for my two GS that were both of a very fine German line!Musikmann said:I do not have a dog but he/she would not be allowed in the Benz if I did. I test drove an otherwise nice S500 in which it's former owner let her dog ride in the back seat. The leather was scratched, the thing had chewed some of the plastic panels, and there was dog hair everywhere. Needless to say, I passed on the car.