Indeed there is and a free ride on one around a purpose built all terrain track is available too. The one we went in was almost brand new and can go up 1/1 slopes with ease - backwards and forwards. Great experience and well worth a detour :bannana:
Did a similar trip on the way to Techno Classica earlier in the year. Couldn't do the MB Factory visit but did the Porsche one which was excellent. Visited both Porsche and MB museums and the 4 of us felt Porsche was better.
I agree with Calvin that the de-restricted motorway sections are...
I have posted previously about the same topic with my '58 W204 C220cdi Estate. Cost best part of £1000 and had to be carried out by a MB Dealership due to security issues as noted above. Car was in Herefordshire and I live in Kent so had to be relayed whilst I drove home in a hire car at my cost.
What a shocking "performance" from ****nil. Even Thierry Henry was critical.
Good to see the Chelski boys winning again and keeping a clean sheet, although Everton didn't have a shot on target apparently.
Another superb piece of Engineering albeit by a Consortium of Companies across Europe rather than UK only. Design of the wind barriers is very special and should allow lorries and buses to cross in even at highest wind speeds.
I watched a news article on this last night and it appears that...
I have a '58 plate C220cdi Elegance estate. If you search my previous posts you will find a note about the steering lock failing which cost £1k to put right. Engine still sounds like a London Taxi imho but now on 97k miles and still going strong. Mine has leather, parktronic f&b, Linguatronic...
Interesting as per a previous post mine failed recently and cost best part of £1K to have it fixed.
MB said was security critical and parts could only be obtained from Germany and fitted by them Main Dealer too.