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Mercedes-Benz 500 SEC Grand Prix Metalcraft Typhoon [C126]

Mercedes-Benz 500 SEC [C126] in The New Statesman, TV Series, 1987-1992 IMDB Ep. 1.02

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: DE

Mercedes-Benz 500 SEC Grand Prix Metalcraft Typhoon [C126]

Position 00:22:19 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Sandie SX

2015-01-22 21:00

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The 'Ocelot Supercat':

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Seems to be this conversion:
[Image: grandprixmetalcrafttyphoon.jpg]

Taken from here: Link to "www.ebay.co.uk"

Another Ocelot seen on a newspaper cover, played by an Escort XR3i:
[Image: ocelot.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2015-01-22 21:02:20

dsl SX

2015-01-22 23:01

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"Grand Prix Metalcraft have built (or rebuilt) at least two 500SEC Gullwings, one of which was called the "Sky Hawk" which was a rebuild of a 500SEC Gullwing made in Germany, probably by Styling-Garage and modified by Grand Prix Metalcraft to the customers liking. The other car made by Grand Prix Metalcraft was a 500SEC Gullwing with a Typhoon bodykit, the bodykit that Grand Prix Metalcraft originally made for a London-based company called Chameleon Cars. Whether the Gullwing conversion itself was carried out by Grand Prix Metalcraft is unknown." - http://www.1000sel.com/index.php/mercedes-sec-gullwings (near bottom with picture although LHD)

E104 PPR = WHITE 1988 BEDFORD OTHER CAR DERIVED VAN .... which is probably more desirable in this case.

G-MANN UK

2015-01-23 15:46

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Horrible. At first I wondered if they covered up the grille for its appearance in this episode but that website has a photo of it looking the same. But it's much harder to tell it's a Mercedes and I wouldn't have thought customers would have wanted this.

-- Last edit: 2015-01-23 15:51:43

G-MANN UK

2015-01-23 17:10

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Piers: (sitting in the car Alan promised him) I just don't know how to thank you.
Alan B'Stard: Well, don't thank me, thank Hertz. I gave them your credit card number. It's £150 a day or £975 for the whole week.
Piers: You bastard, Alan!
Alan B'Stard: B'Stard.

kudos SX

2015-12-25 14:50

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