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Yes, but BENTLEY boys (and girls) would stay within the same brand, whereas MAYBACH is being positioned as a higher-level brand above the normal Mercedes cars,Not that much, probably. Bentley owners/drivers/enthusiasts will buy the Bentley and Merc. o/d/e will go for the Maybach.
Hi, these are the rules nowadays in Germany to prevent oil from getting into the ground. This applies to all cars.I think that's the first of your shots that shows why everything at the shows has to have a drip tray! Mind you, the white/grey car behind looks like it's bleeding a bit too.
Hi, the Manta was quite popular at the time, offering good value for money. OPEL had the slogan Viel Auto für's Geld ... ---I had the Vauxhall equivalent - A Firenza. Not the Droop Snoot version, just the coupé version of the HC Viva with the 2.3 litre engine. Went well until the radiator mount broke, dropping the radiator hose onto the bottom pulley causing a fatal loss of coolant! The chap who does my bike MOTs has a Firenza with a Rover V8 in it. Goes even better than mine did!!!
Hi, RALLY was a French carmaker. The vehicles are very rare in Germany :Never come across Rally as a car manufacturer before. Pretty little things. Guessing at British but that's purely based on both the posted examples being right hand drive.