In this issue of Mercedes Enthusiast : First Drive: Getting behind the wheel of the latest A35 AMG. Market Watch: We take a look at the GLC SUV market. Merc Man: Is design in the name of safety a hinderance? Inside Line: Our man talks of the genius M-B engineers. First Ride: Out on the roads of the UK in the epic AMG GT4 for the first time to see how it copes in the real world. Classic Choice: A look at the special 300SLR that served as a company car for the engineer Rudolf Uhlenhaut. Tuner Car: An unusual take on the modified theme with the Hartge MR500 that’s based on a Maybach model. Road Trip: A spectacular trip around South Africa in a mint condition C107 SLC that provides the perfect partner. Price Point: Another six-pack selection in the series with used Merc models of all types for a bargain £5,000 budget. Ownership: The tale of a charity run across the UK with the use of a bargain W203 C-Class bought for just £500. Spotlight: A nicely modified C123 all the way from Scandinavia hits all the right spots for the owner and us. Engine Masters: The modern M139 engine is the most powerful four-pot production motor that’s ever been built History: The German racing driver Hans Herrmann had a successful racing career that spanned three decades.
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