I actually think its looks very well made. But it is a hot rod not a restored car. I bet it cost a lot more than the selling price to do it. Not that I would ever do that to my car. 🙂 And thanks for kind replyes in my car. 😁
Needs motor to back that all up. What’s under the hood?
Edit. Oh damn! Weakest (power) motor ever installed in a 107, a US Spec, probably single row timing chain, Chrysler climate control US spec 3.8 with a Temperature problem, broken gas gauge or reserve light, probable vacuum leak, high idle, 5200 rpm redline, relatively low oil pressure, and an 85 mph speedometer.
I've just checked these posts https://www.benzworld.org/search/48170/?q=slc+rear+brakes+won%27t+bleed&o=relevance and I'm not sure they are relevant for me.
1979 450 SLC 5.0 - 107026
Rears don't, neither by manually pumping or me using a vacuum.
Disconnected rear brake line at the...
So here is the story, the car has covered about 600 miles since its 3 year body restoration. Since there was a misfire on cylinder 1 before I put the car back on the road (oiled plug), I replaced the plug and just cleaned up the others. I did a compression test at the start of the year and the...
Photos of my 1973 450SL taken in July 2009 at about mid stage in a 4 year detail restoration. When complete every single detail was attended to including re-plating every cadmium part in the engine bay, finding decals and if decals were not available replicas were made. Spark plug wires had the...
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