Archive for March, 2009

2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe AMG

Back in February, Daimler released the details of the new 2010 Mercedes E Class Coupe AMG that features both performance and styling upgrades. The 2010 Mercedes E Class Coupe AMG has a new front apron with large air intakes, as expected, and new side skirts, rear apron, 18-inch AMG light-alloy wheels, etc. The 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe AMG also comes with the AGILITY CONTROL sports suspension – stiffer springs and shocks.

The 2010 AMG Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe will hit the European showrooms this May. It will be sold Internationally by the third-quarter of 2009.

Our new friend, Shrawan Raja, put together a nice collection of 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe pictures on his site, which you can check out here at Indian Auto Blogs.

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1957 300SL Mercedes-Benz Roadster


A 1957 300SL Ro (Mercedes-Benz Roadster) was formerly for sale via telephone bid sale. Additional information is available to owners interested in selling a high-performance vehicle.

A video used to be embedded here but the service that it was hosted on has shut down.


One of the world’s most desirable and ageless Classics. This example began life in Austria, was raced in California during the 1960s, and graduated to accumulating show trophies and rally participation with its present owner of 36 years.  Contact AMG Market at 804-915-7379 or via email here if you would like more information on our vehicle sales and marketing services.

Credits: Video production by AIM Custom Media.

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AMG Mercedes-Benz 190E Engine Swap

We get questions concerning performance modifications on a regular basis. Can anyone answer this question from a fellow AMG enthusiast? Misha asks:


I have a 1984 Mercedes-Benz 190E AMG with an 2.0L 8v 4 cylinder engine and I'm thinking of changing the engine to a 2.3L 16V 4 Cylinder engine. I would just like to know if there was anything installed by AMG back in the mid 80's when my car was modified that would make the engine swap very difficult to do. I have been told that there was lots of sensors put on the car by AMG. Where can I find info on what modifications AMG did to my car? Thanks

Editor's Note: If you have an answer, please leave it in the comment section below. 

It is hard to say what AMG mods were included during the 1980s. There is little documentation and Daimler obtained few records from AMG at the time of the acquisition (1990s). One place to check might be the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center. The techs at the center may have been involved with a restoration project for that model.

Classic Center – Irvine, CA Ph: 866-622-5277
When I visited the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center they had a large inventory of parts and they were in the process of restoring several vehicles. The staff is very helpful with respect to answering questions, finding parts and accessories.

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