Benz badges turn up in the strangest places

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OzBenzHead
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Benz badges turn up in the strangest places

Post by OzBenzHead » Wed 08 Mar, 2017 6:38 pm

I’ll wager that’s a Benz diesel badge on an old Falcon ute. (Photo Daniel Freeman, posted by the BBC http://www.bbc.com/news/in-pictures-39040237)
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Currently owned:
1965 W112 300 SE/C
1983 C126 380 SEC

and formerly:
1955 W180 220a
1965 W111 220 S
1970 W108 280 SE (my first Benz)
1973 W116 280 SE Crayford Estate (previously owned by Rolf Harris)
1980 W116 280 SE
1989 W124 300 E
1992 W201 180 E
1992 W201 190 E 2.0
+ numerous W108 and W116 rolling spares

and prior to my M-B enlightenment:
53 other cars of many nations, but mostly British oil-leakers (including 14 Rovers of the 50s and 60s) cursed by Lucas the Prince of Darkness. First car owned (at age 13): 1953 Fiat. Learned to drive in: 1927 Nash utility paddock-basher & Grey Fergie tractor. Driven distance (logged as at 30 June 2016): 4.6 million km.

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