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Hmmm, that's an interesting one. I'm sure it'll go for much less than an actual Gullwing 300SL, so it has that going for it, and the SLK32 is a good base to start with. I certainly wouldn't be afraid to drive and park it anywhere either, and it doesn't look 'wrong' like most kit cars/replicas, save for the wheels. It might just grow on me.
 

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The real deal goes for £1 million plus.


The car looks good and gives gullwing fun at a more affordable price.


I couldn't see the UK gang turning it away from a meet.
Guess that means it still counts as a 170.
 

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Looks well done but what on earth were they thinking when choosing alloys for it . :surprise::surprise::surprise:

No no no

Just dont suit it at all and so wrong even though its a modern car as such

Of all he alloys they pick them .:|
 

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I like that... I think the wheels could be better (bigger?) and fill the wheel arches more... but still think it is really nice
The thing is its a modern retro thing but from the outside the body work has to suit the wheels / time frame as such and prob best bet is go old school to match the old look of the car .

But them wheels just smack off @,$# >:D
 

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Odd thought strikes me...

Do the controls for the steering wheel work? If so, can we look at a retrofit on the 'normal' R170?
 

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Honestly I like it except the wheels nothing wrong with an old school look with modern touches under the hood. I guess that is one reason why I drull over the Singer or Kaege so much. "It,s about driving pleasure":grin::grin:



 
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