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The US mandated 5 mph bumpers have been considered the bane of many European cars and the 107 series SL is no exception. Learn how to transform your post 1973 107 SL/SLC to the cool Euro look.
Here’s the puzzle: You want a collectible Mercedes but you require: room for four, something from the classic era of Mercedes (1973 or earlier), a sleek design, two doors but something comfortable and fun to drive. Impossible?
Richard Mott’s outrageous SL65 based ‘Mercedes-Bent’ is not a new creation: He debuted the car at 2010’s SEMA specialty show. This clever creation has ‘resto-mod’ written all over it.