Actually, itâ€™s called â€œdebadgingâ€? and is fairly common with European makes where the numbers indicate the engine size. Some people do this because they like the looks. Others do it to disguise the fact that they have a larger or smaller engine under the hood. You might want to check with local laws before doing it, because in some US states, it is illegal (presumably because it would make the car more difficult to identify).just a question, why would you want to take it off? whenever I see a car without emblems especially a mercedes I assume they were in a car accident and didnt get them put back on
Anyone know more about this?rudeney - 2/23/2005 12:44 PM
............. You might want to check with local laws before doing it, because in some US states, it is illegal (presumably because it would make the car more difficult to identify).
What are they ?? Your SAT's ?? Those were enjoyable ... LOLBlackHawk - 2/24/2005 1:55 AM
everyone who debadged has the lowest engine model 
this is kind of like displaying my computer case ontop of the desk to display my window and when my friends say im showing off I give them a BS excuse "I need better airflow" hah, I'm just playing with you guys the truth is I have a life or death exam tommorow and I need a laugh