1929 Mercedes Gazelle. This was originally a kit car started in
1986, left standing unfinished till 2014. Bought and completely
restored in 2015. Complete frame off, re-chromed or new chrome
parts, 8hrs spent on each wheel bringing back the wire wheels to
close to new condition, body color sanded and buffed to restore
original gelcoat. 4 spd on floor, 2.3 Ford motor completely rebuilt
by Waynes Engine of Riverside.t a few things to still be done: Some
gauges still not functioning due to unbalanced sending units,
upholstery is new but has some areas that still need some extra
attention. Runs and drives excellent, no isuues other than the
above mentioned items. . Car is registered as a 1929 Mercedes
Convertible. Clear titleAside from minor issues , this car is a
head turner, a great drive and features lots and lots of new parts.
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