As impressive as the rest of the museum is, there is one hall in particular that I’d reckon for those of us who live and breathe cars, is simply jaw-dropping. Filled with automotive legends and magical machines that have triumphed in competition, the hall of the silver arrows. I’m pretty sure that on any other […]Read more "An Auto-Otaku in Stuttgart 2021: Visiting the Mercedes-Benz museum Part 3"
With my Mark II’s paint finishing full of hairlines scratches (some rather severe) and holograms due to a rather poor finishing job after its respray, there was really only one place to go to get the car’s paint fixed up once and for all, Revol. A shop I’ve never been disappointed with on all my […]Read more "Project Mark II: Revol’d on up"
I’m sure we have all played this game a few times in our lives. The dream car garage game where you’d be asked (or you would ask yourself), money notwithstanding, what 3 cars would you have in your forever garage. Whilst the third car on my list has constantly evolved as I got older, I’ve […]Read more "An Auto-Otaku in Stuttgart 2021: Visiting the Mercedes-Benz museum Part 2"
It has been quite some time since I last updated anything with regards to the ’02 and today’s not really going to be different, with Covid pretty much crippling the workshop my 2002 is currently sitting in, it doesn’t seem like the car will be back together anytime soon. On a much brighter note though, […]Read more "Project 2002: You better Work"
Spectacular, spectacular. That’s pretty much how I’d sum up the massive Mercedes-Benz museum. Spanning nine levels, 16,500 m² of floor space and over 1,500 exhibits documenting not only the history of the marque but of the automobile itself, the beautifully curated Mercedes-Benz museum is an automotive otaku’s dream come to life and worthy of an […]Read more "An Auto-Otaku in Stuttgart 2021: Visiting the Mercedes-Benz museum Part 1"