There’s change afoot here at TTS. The biggest change and most noticeable will include some more frequent posting. This once-a-quarter pattern isn’t really working for us, although traffic has remained remarkably … Continue Reading Change is in the Air…..
I’m pretty sure that there is an unspoken cap of four vehicles on my fleet. Well, we’ve had five before, but only when there was a decisive exit strategy for … Continue Reading 1983 Mercedes-Benz 280SE: Dirt Cheap Grey Market Goodness
Regular visitors to TotallyThatStupid – and yes, there are some – have surely figured out that we are fans of big German cars. Well, we’re fans of the small ones … Continue Reading 1983 Mercedes-Benz 280SE: Just because it’s tubby doesn’t mean it’s not FUN!
It’s no secret that we really like Euro market oddities for sale on U.S. shores. The problem is that the owners usually think very highly of them due to their … Continue Reading 1984 Mercedes-Benz 230E: How Low Can You Go?
My introduction to Mercedes-Benz cars came in the form of a 1982 280TE wagon – bought new by my folks when we lived overseas. It was the early 1980s, and … Continue Reading 1982 Mercedes-Benz 280TE AMG: The Original Euro Sport Wagon?
To anyone who has visited our blog more than, well, once, it probably goes without saying that we like big stupid cars. I like them with big, gas guzzling V8 … Continue Reading 1983 Mercedes-Benz 500SEL: Grey Market Goodness
Several weeks ago we highlighted a grey-market Mercedes-Benz 380SE. It was terrifically 80’s Euro with its thistle green finish on green velour, small bumpers, and higher-performance Euro-spec motor. It was … Continue Reading Fresh from das Vaterland: 1986 Mercedes-Benz 500SE Euro
Life is about more than sports cars. I mean, I like a small, go-fast car as much as the next Car Geek, but there are times when you need space … Continue Reading 1981 Mercedes-Benz 380SE Euro: Fab Green Machine
As Car Geeks, we all frequent websites like eBay, Craigslist, and cars.com perusing the ads in search of a killer deal on an interesting car. For me, I usually spend … Continue Reading Killer Car Websites: Germany’s Mobile.de