1929 Gazelle Tribute Project Car
Mercedes-Benz produced some of the most highly regarded sports cars and roadsters between the years 1928 and 1932. Unfortunately for car enthusiasts everywhere they produced a very small amount and originals are extremely hard to come by. Makers of kit cars solved this problem by making this fantastic replica.
Why Is This Car Special
For sale at Skyway Classics is a great project car that is a tribute to the 1929 Gazelle.
It has a solid frame and body, very little rust if any, has most components that comes with the car.
This great looking replica is hard to discern from the real deal. Fully looking the part with its classic styling and appearance this one is powered by a Volkswagen motor and it does run and runs strong. Most components come with the car.
It has a lot of standard features and options including an easy to operate convertible top with snap-in side windows, wood steering wheel, performance gauges, wood dash, black bucket seats and rear seat, and new black seat belts.
It also has wood steering wheel, wire wheels on whitewall tires, fog and driving lights, wood dash, and more.
It has a solid frame and body with very little rust, if any. It rides on wire wheels with whitewall tires. Dual exhaust tips in chrome exit the rear. It also has a 5th wire wheel and spare on the rear bumper.
This amazing car will be a great addition to your car collection or an outstanding fun daily cruiser. You will definitely be in love with this 1929 Mercedes Benz Gazelle Replica Project we have at Skyway Classics.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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