The car fever touched its new heights by mid-70’s when major car manufacturers adopted a paradigm shift from crude looking models of 60’s to more sophisticated aero dynamic body shapes. The boxes were replaced by the curves. By the onset of 80’s, automobile giants in Japan, Germany and USA had already settled for the adaptable…
Check out this 1992 Mercedes-Benz 500E on BaT Auctions.
I had one. These things are ludicrously fast when passing flat out at highway speeds. The car is relativly small but feels huge to drive. If I could go back I would have stored it instead of selling it. It would be amazing with a haltech ecu and dumping that traction control throttle body in the trash.
I always wanted one of these, it’s powerful since the engine is built by Porsche and the exterior looks nice. The interior is a big let down since mercedes decided to use old mans vinyl instead of soft plastics.