Comments - VATH Restores Classic Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3

Published: Jun 30, 2012
Description: As well as giving the latest AMG models insane levels of power, German tuning house VATH also take on the occasional restoration project. And their latest offering is the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3. On...
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Simon Trépanier Jun 30, 2012
@David 550 SEL? The 500 SEL and the 560 SEL were produce but I never say a 550...!
David Munasinghe Jun 30, 2012
@ David you are sure it's 550 sel cos I'm sure they only built a 450 sel and dropped a 6.9 in it.
Andrew McNeal Jun 30, 2012
That's the most amazing story I've ever heard.
David Pires-Ihsaan Jun 30, 2012
My dad owned a 550 SEL at one time. Now he owns a toyota.
Description: These are impressive figures for a car built between 1968 and 1972. The 300 SEL was breathtakingly quick for its time. The body and interior have been partially restored, while the front and rear axle...
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Christian De Prisco Jun 30, 2012
Those foglights should come off at once
David Munasinghe Jun 30, 2012
Those fog lamps got to be smaller and the covers should come off.
John Serely Jun 30, 2012
This looks great. I love the color
Carlton Salmon Jun 30, 2012
That's true, Avery. Would so love to see the Galibier up close - such an awesome and imposing vehicle.
Avery Williams Jun 30, 2012
@Carlton I don't know about that dude, who knows what the future may hold. You've already seen what they did to the Bugatti 16C Galiber.
Carlton Salmon Jun 30, 2012
That is one stunning looking car. Can't imagine there are many of todays large saloons that'll look this good in 40 years from now.
Wyatt Gordon Jun 30, 2012
It looks good already, but it would look much better if you took off those stupid rallye headlights with the white covers
Patrick Joseph Jun 30, 2012
Interesting architecture. I like the doors. The cars alright.
Knox Ferraro Jun 30, 2012
And now for some iron birds.
Paul Lissona Jul 01, 2012
Mercedes was either the first or one of the first to be fuel injected.
Simon Trépanier Jun 30, 2012
Is this a fuel injected engine? Seems very modern for a 1970's car !!!
Clayton Corley Jun 30, 2012
That looks awesome E
Cearbhall Beggan Jun 30, 2012
And a pin to change gear with...
Knox Ferraro Jun 30, 2012
In the 70s all you needed was a chrome ring to protect you from death. None of this silly airbag stuff.