Behold: the Mercedes Brabus G550 Adventure 4X4X2 – a new twist on the old (recently revamped after 35 years) G500, modified by offload specialists Brabus. Upgrades include brush guards, roof rack, winch, and Monoblock wheels with all-terrain tires. An uprated power plant increases the top speed to 210km/h.

Yours for a what-are-the-chances €550,000.


10 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. Paulus

    What’s with the bits of string(?) from the roof to the front wings; and don’t tell me it’s for hanging your washed (or otherwise!) kacks on.

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        I thought you were all like, “Cool story, bro” but then read it and realised you were being sincere.
        Great story.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          i especially liked the bit about it being used to power the threshing machine

          1. italia'90

            If that car could talk it would have some great stories to tell.
            From threshing wheat, to drawing turf from the Bog of Allen, collecting payments from the Guinness Brewery, summer holidays in Greystones. It’s been through The Rising, the Civil War and 2 World Wars. And that was just from the first half of it’s life.
            It then lay for years under a mound of turf in an out shed before being rediscovered.

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