I am sorry, I forgot that MRDOUCHE is the one that visited the AMG factory as a kid and is "in the know" with just about everyone and everything. How about you stop bull shitting yourself? First you say you were at the AMG factory as a young kid... then say how you had people come in to your store during the '80's to get sound systems.MRTIKKET - 3/14/2005 11:53 PM
As usual, Snibble knows nothing. The center console and/or stereo setup was not an AMG item. I was there so many times when the Sauds actually flew people to the AMG facility to take dimensions, depth, etc., but AMG wanted no part of doing any of the work. The Brunei royalswere such complainers that they ruined it for everyone. AMG gave the owners whatever pieces they wanted. Extra wood, extra metal strapping, housings, you name it, but they themselves never touched it.
No too sure about the look/finish. Seems to me someone asked a 5 year old to fit the stereo,... and he never finished the job.bronze560SEL - 3/14/2005 1:57 AM
what is up with this center console its craazy lookin why is it like that???
So it would be fair to say you may have spent about 600 days there? Was this in the 50's before AMG existed? Many companies subcontract. This does not mean that they "had nothing to do with it." Nearly every large company subcontracts other companies to make their components. They then stamp them with their logo and it becomes their's. You know what? AMG never even made exhausts! Sebring makes them and AMG never had anything to do with them, they just fitted them. You know what, I still think there are such things as AMG exhausts.Started going to AMG when I was 20, and stopped when I got married at 28. Sometimes, I spent 2 to 3 months there, virtually every day.