Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Mercedes C111-IID 1976 Mercedes built several experimental cars under the C111 name to investigate various engine technologies. This version was fitted with a turbocharged 3-litre diesel motor derived from the production 240D unit and was used to set several class speed records at Nardo. The shape of the car looks good and the bright orange metallic paint really pops. The very plain, flat rear deck looks odd but matches photos of the restored car but there is one detail that we cannot find photos of. Every image we have of the car either in the museum or doing those speed runs shows it fitted with five-spoke alloy wheels and not smooth covers as seen here, although having the wheels covered would have been logical.
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