1989 Mercedes Benz 560 SEL AMG Japanese Import W126
Shot on canon 650D My 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEL AMG Japanese Import LHD ex-Yakuza.
1991 Mercedes-Benz 420 SEL Maintenance Tips
As a follow-up to the previous video which took you on a tour and walk-around of this 1991 420 SEL, this is a quick video to outline some of the more common maintenance issues unique to this vehicle. 6/3/2012
Mercedes-Benz 300sel w126 1988 !!
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1990 Mercedes Benz W126 420SEL Saloon 1 Owner Low Miles NR MINT HD Video
This is one of the nicest Mercedes Benz W126 420SEL or 560SEL cars You will Ever See. http://www.1ownercarguy.com And I have about 8 Of these in Stock Right now W 126 Cars are among My favorite Ever made and This one is one of the Cleanest Best driving ones I have EVER had. This Car runs Shifts Steers and Is Tight As CAn Be. This is One nice Saloon. If you see something You like on My channel Call Me It is For Sale I dont have as many Car reviews as the Big Guys or Reviewers. But I buy and tinker and Invest in ALL of the cars on my channel besides a random one I may see on a Small street..;-) Make sure and Subscribe I have a Massive amount of Classic EURO and Muscle cars on here and I sell them Cheap! Also on my channel you will find Videos of REAL Cereal Marshmallows The Automotive world is not the only are i LOVE You will see a wide Variety of Cool Videos on My Channel Cheers Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy http://www.1ownercarguy.com http://www.Cerealmarshmallows.com http://www.facebook.com/cerealmarshmallows http://www.Nathanwratislaw.com Make sure and SUBSCRIBE on Facebook and Linkedin I will put links Below I post Lots of Pictures and Updates & Things I cannot do here on Youtube so your missing out..;-) Cheers! From Wikipedia The Mercedes-Benz W126 is a series of flagship vehicles manufactured by German automotive marque Mercedes-Benz. Premiering in September 1979 as the successor to the earlier W116 line, the W126 was the second generation of the Mercedes-Benz flagship to officially bear the S-Class name referring to Sonderklasse or "special class." The W126 was initially offered in straight-6, V8, and turbo diesel sedan models. In September 1981, 2-door coupé versions of the W126 were introduced. Compared to its predecessor, the W126 was more aerodynamic, fuel efficient, capacious, and powerfully engined. The W126 S-Class debuted a new Mercedes-Benz design style which was subsequently used on other vehicles in the company's lineup. The W126 line also introduced many Mercedes-Benz safety innovations, including the first airbag supplemental restraint systems, seatbelt pretensioners, and traction control. The W126 had a twelve-year production run between 1979 and 1991, the longest of any S-Class generation since the flagship models were first built in the mid-1950s Following the debut of the 1970s generation W116 (which also included the flagship Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 6.9), Mercedes-Benz began plans for the next-generation S-Class model in October 1973. Codenamed "project W126," the project had specific goals: an improved ride, better handling, and improved fuel efficiency. These improvements were aimed at helping retain the S-Class' market leadership as the world's best-selling prestige luxury sedan. Following the 1970s oil crisis, Mercedes-Benz had made fuel efficiency an especially pertinent goal (named "Energy Program"), even in the large V8 engined versions of the S-Class. In terms of the body design, the objective of the W126 design team, led by Mercedes-Benz's Bruno Sacco, was to produce a car that was sleeker and more aerodynamic than the previous model. The application of lighter materials and alloys combined with thorough wind tunnel testing to reduce overall drag meant the car consumed about 10% less fuel than its predecessor. The maximum speed was also increased (250 km/h in the most powerful model). After six years of development, the W126 was formally introduced at the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (International Motor Show, or IAA) in Frankfurt on September 1979. The initial lineup featured seven models in standard (SE, SD) and long (SEL, SDL) wheelbase sedan body styles: the 280 SE/SEL, 380 SE/SEL, 500 SE/SEL and 300 SD. Technically, the long-wheelbase (SEL) variants were codenamed V126, but this was not popularly known. In 1981, the coupé version (SEC) of the W126 S-Class premiered at the IAA with the 500 SEC model. In 1981, Wheels Magazine selected the W126 model 380 SE as its Car of the Year. Four years after the introduction of the fuel-efficiency "Energy Program," the model range had been reworked completely. In September 1985, again at the IAA in Frankfurt, the reworked model range was reintroduced. Apart from visual changes to the bumpers, side covers and alloys, the changes made to the available collection of engine variants was most visible. Two newly constructed 6-cylinder engines and new 4.2 and 5.6 litre V8's were added, and other engines were further upgraded. The W126 generation was replaced by the W140 in 1991, although a satellite factory in South Africa is known to have continued production until 1994. The different body styles of the W126 S-Class achieved a combined sales total of 892,123 units (818,063 sedans and 74,060 coupés), making the W126 the most popular S-Class ever produced I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)