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      05-09-2008, 11:35 AM   #1
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      05-09-2008, 11:37 AM   #2
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Guys it's not the body of the E63. The front bumper, side skirts, rear bumper etc are all STOCK. The only things that have been changes that are visible are the wheels and exhausts. They're probably testing the 6.2 V8 under the hood too.
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Wait. Someone slap me. I'm starting to think this car would look good in AMG trim and as a 63 AMG model. Bigger wheels, bodykit etc would make it look good.

I just keep thinking how LAME the C-class looked in testing and now look at it! I hope this isnt just wishfull thinking. I think the current E is great and it NEEDS a good replacement to keep that up.

I gotta admit though the rear lights do look really tacky so far. Overall, the design is quite predictable. Headlights and rear wheel-arch creases are nice touches though. Not so predictable.
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i like ur threads, but i hate that i have to attach pics every time haha
I hate that your replies include attatchments of the original attatchments...
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I hate that your replies include attatchments of the original attatchments...
well i cant see the pics if i dont attach, attaching is not fun but i have no choice.

but since this is another Merc/AMG thread i'll go OT, did u figure out if wheels can fit your car?
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I like it. It's a logical progression and these pics make it look promising to say the least. Looks like it could be very aggressive. My only worries regard the taillights.

It looks like BMW and MB are adopting the use of those front bumper swells beneath the headlights (like the future Z4). Me likey.
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well i cant see the pics if i dont attach, attaching is not fun but i have no choice.

but since this is another Merc/AMG thread i'll go OT, did u figure out if wheels can fit your car?
Hmmmmmmmmm....weird! I know that where I get my pics hotlinking isnt allowed. That's why I upload the pics onto my photobucket account. That way the images are fine. Any ideas what's wrong guys? I can see the 1st post with pics just fine...
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I like it. It's a logical progression and these pics make it look promising to say the least. Looks like it could be very aggressive. My only worries regard the taillights.

It looks like BMW and MB are adopting the use of those front bumper swells beneath the headlights (like the future Z4). Me likey.
Ahhh...the voice of reason. I wasnt going mad
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looks good so far

anybody catch the massive brakes
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looks good so far

anybody catch the massive brakes
Ah yeah. I forgot to mention that too.
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Wait. Someone slap me. I'm starting to think this car would look good in AMG trim and as a 63 AMG model. Bigger wheels, bodykit etc would make it look good.

I just keep thinking how LAME the C-class looked in testing and now look at it! I hope this isnt just wishfull thinking. I think the current E is great and it NEEDS a good replacement to keep that up.

I gotta admit though the rear lights do look really tacky so far. Overall, the design is quite predictable. Headlights and rear wheel-arch creases are nice touches though. Not so predictable.
It's true what you say about the current E-class. Im the proud owner of one and I hope the next generation version will be a sucess
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It's true what you say about the current E-class. Im the proud owner of one and I hope the next generation version will be a sucess
Nice. Is it the facelifted or pre-facelift model? I think the E-class is starting to look dated. The facelift improves it a lot with nice touches and a sharper nose. When the car first came out though it looked so fresh. Proportions and design were absolutely spot on.
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well i cant see the pics if i dont attach, attaching is not fun but i have no choice.

but since this is another Merc/AMG thread i'll go OT, did u figure out if wheels can fit your car?
I have been told they would work, are you still selling and HOW MUCH? Can I finally get a price you would be willing to part with the wheels(or wheels tires sensors) for?
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great car , will look beautiful when arrives
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If this is how it looks with camo, I think I'm going to like it. The only thing I can fault it for is that it looks predictable. It has unique touches though:

- Quad headlights. (mimic current E-class and stands out from MB model range)
- Rear wheel-arch crease.

I thought the rear overhang looked too big, but looking at the next 5 series it seems like they are roughly the same size:

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Nice. Is it the facelifted or pre-facelift model? I think the E-class is starting to look dated. The facelift improves it a lot with nice touches and a sharper nose. When the car first came out though it looked so fresh. Proportions and design were absolutely spot on.
I have the pre-facelifted version. Im not really a fan of the facelifted version with the sharper nose and the vintage emblem on the grill since it isn't flat. The pre-facelifted tailights look much better than the facelifted tailights. you should check it out
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I'm feeling somewhat optomistic about the design right now. Hopefully it stays that way.
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I have the pre-facelifted version. Im not really a fan of the facelifted version with the sharper nose and the vintage emblem on the grill since it isn't flat. The pre-facelifted tailights look much better than the facelifted tailights. you should check it out
+1 about the tail-lights. I have to agree there.
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