1970 Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3 By HK-Engineering
- November 13, 2019
- Posted by Simon Streich
This beautiful 300 SEL 6.3 was delivered in June 1970 in Germany. The car (incidentally then the fastest Serienliousine Europe’s) then had two more German Besizer before he was rebuilt with extreme effort by a German collector to the rally version “Red sow”.
The conversion was made without any cost and effort to shy away from the company Kienle Automotive. There are numerous bills of the restoration and the conversion of this vehicle before. The car is after the pronounced authentic and successful conversion to new car level. Every detail, even the smallest, was taken over by the original vehicle. Thus, in addition to the appearance of the vehicle, the technology was largely adapted to the original. The interior has been modified, chassis and rims changed and optimized exhaust system, engine and air intake. Incidentally, the “red sow” was the first vehicle that AMG has converted from series status to a racing car and is still a motorsport icon to this day!
Report by hk-engineering.de