[urq] Tuner MB SL750? (NAC)

Ed Kellock ekellock at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 14:17:43 EDT 2007

The configuration of the characters is standard MBz now.  The letters
are first and the number usually has some relevance to engine

To the best of my knowledge there have been no 7.5 litre motors put
out by MBz.  However, there are plenty of tuners who bore, stroke,
super-, and turbocharge and will attempt some imaginative euphamism to
reflect the power of their car.

This sounds like nothing more than that.


On 8/28/07, urquattro at comcast.net <urquattro at comcast.net> wrote:
> Sorry for the NAC, but this seemed like a group of enough nutty people that someone might know about this...
> Anybody ever heard of an late-90's vintage M-B SL-Class tuner car called the SL750?
> I saw one last weekend at a trendy outdoor bar by the waterfront. Inititally I assumed cheesey badge engineering, but the otherwise very subtle and functional-looking upgrades (polished period-correct gold-trim M-B wheels, massive but discreetly positioned dual exhaust, etc) smacked of german luxo-tuner.
> The pink-bereted 20-something kid driving it looked criminally wealthy (like drug-lord wealthy) with a girlfriend to match.
> A google search for "Benz SL 750" (among other search cue attempts) netted only an "urban myth"-type anecdote by a corvette driver in SoCal who alleges to have had his doors blown off in a stoplight drag by one of the same silverish color.
> So now my curiousity is really peaked - anybody know anything about this machine? I love spotting rare cars like this, so would love to know the story behind it if there is one...
> Thanks,
> Jon
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