A big Merc station wagon full of seats. Because I can.
About this creation
The 3/4 front view. Lots of trim.
The front, with some headlights. Even the weird boxes in the headlight cluster are in my version's headlights.
The front again, because I took about 50 pictures assuming half of them would be blurry. They weren't. Not a single one. Clearly my camera is an outdoor one.
The side, with a slight rake.
The back, with some taillights and a bumper. Exciting stuff, I tell you.
It also has 2 chrome exhaust pipes... I have my reasons.
Senator Chinchilla built a 4 door?!?!?!! RUN AWAY!!! FLEE!!!
And here's the V8. Complete with a fan and some suspension for engine mounts. Ironically its one of the fastest revving engines I've built, and yet you can pull it out and plug in another engine simply by pulling it out. No bracing required. No technic brackets to undo. Odd to say the least.
And it comes with a giant supercharger! I wanted to have this sitting under the hood, but that would've require the hood to be another inch taller.... I decided against it.
And speaking of engines, here the Merc using its parking brake on the hood of MY '98 Corolla.
And even on the steeper angle it holds on. The drivetrain doe use a broken U-joint though, so sometimes it does... well... slip.
The interior, complete with some stuff!
Glovebox! With a 5-pair glove capacity.
Also, the Mercedes is capable of repelling even the most vicious ant attacks. Mostly because its tall.
Taking a page from Nick B.'s Citreon DS, the seats move forward and up/ backwards and down. They also fold.
the car is very cool, recognizable at first glance, stations are rarely done, so it s distinctive, I love the color scheme, but, the presentation is awesome! I reffer of course to thebench in motion, it really impresses me, and for me, story making with figs, I d love to experiment action sequences with a trick like that, could you acheive such a thing? as for this car, it s very well done, as usual!
An exact copy of the real One. The interior is very nice. The classic colors add to the merdeces look aswell. I like it a lot. You're good at this. And you make them very quickly (comparing on how many you post them with their size and details) basically....ULTRA AWESOME! :D
Not even you can make this car look beautiful ;-) I can only think of this as a rat rod with all that plastic ripped off or as a race car, like Chris suggested ... Anyway great recreation and very cool functions!
Dear Senator Chinchilla, since you cannot diriectly send people messages, I am seding you this strange message. Could you please approve me into the classic race teams group? I really want to build one of the Abarths! Even though you are not the team owner, you're the only person I know well enough... :P There are still 3 race car spots open, and I am desperate. Ok, maybe not, but Carlo Abarth is one of my biggest idols. Thank you in advance. I still think this car is pure excellence, btw. :P
Love it !!! its very nice to see every now and then a "normal" car on this scale.
Functions and details are superb !!!! And the looks are great to.
Really like the drive-park idea. Very original and effective.
I like it
October 16, 2012
S, the details and execution here are too good to simply "get groceries". Put some racing stripes on that thing! =D Z
This is really cool Merc!I love the front look and all the neat details(including the nice gearshifter and foldable seats).Just one note:Don't you think,that rear lights should be narrower,like 1 or 2 studs?,but other than that its brilliant! 10/10 as it's one of my fav cars :-)
I like it very much! very goodlooking, and loads of clever technics, I really like how the gears are made so compact. With the V8 it should be the E500 (300hp?), not my idea of a "normal" family car, so there is your excuse for making a four door wagon :-) .
Great Job! Fantastic MOC! Super SPIFFY! I like all the details you have but into it especially the folding seats. What happened to Senator Chinchillaxing? Well I guess it still is MOCtober! Keep em' coming