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Old 01-10-2009, 11:06 PM
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You people are crazy. Big old V12s in little old cars that origionally came with small, weak V8s at best??? This group is awesome! I need to hang out here more often.

The V12 needs to go in an early 80s convertible. Firewalls can be moved, rear seats can be re-moved... If wind in the hair is good, more wind in the hair is better!

You are my new best friend! I agree 100%

Imagine that monster in a T bucket!

Or if it has to be a MB then a 107 body.

No wait... a 1941 Willys. Not a convertible, but VERY light and strong.

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Old 01-10-2009, 11:38 PM
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You are my new best friend! I agree 100%

Imagine that monster in a T bucket!

Or if it has to be a MB then a 107 body.

No wait... a 1941 Willys. Not a convertible, but VERY light and strong.




this motor was pretty big and loud. All the guy did was rev it and thats all he probably does with it
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Old 01-16-2009, 06:22 PM
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there were only 25 CLK GTR's produced so you're not getting one of those.

did the person giving to you have a nigerian accent?
No, I know the guy and what he does, That's why I did not ask questions.
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Old 01-17-2009, 12:35 AM
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I was wondering if anyone has ever tried to drop a V12 from a 600SEL into a 190E, if so I could use any info you if not well wish me luck on the psyco adventure.
Listen to Mr. FLYNAVY

http://community.190revolution.net/performance-modification/25106-official-190e-5-6-m117-swap-thread.html

way too much power for a little car, can you say body twist?
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Old 01-17-2009, 08:18 AM
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Listen to Mr. FLYNAVY

http://community.190revolution.net/performance-modification/25106-official-190e-5-6-m117-swap-thread.html

way too much power for a little car, can you say body twist?
I love Mr FlyNavy's car. It's an excellent example of a well integrated engine.

But I also love Mr Carol Shelbys car. Bigger engine is better.

And Mr Enzo Ferrari's car. 12 cly is just the right number.

I wouldn't be too much power unless it had a better power to weight ratio than a Porsche 917.

As someone put it. You would be the MOD GOD.
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