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2006 Mercedes-Benz W126 Christmas Thread


Well seems every year you see a few people with them. Usually it’s a luxury barge or a red neck pick up. This year I think I too will give it a whirl.


 


Anyone ever made one? I figure I will need a few strands of them 9 volt battery Christmas lights, a sturdy wreath and some chicken wire.


 


Perhaps a miniature Christmas tree to slide over the hood star or a giant red glowing bulb. I don’t know why but for some reason I have always wanted to sport one over the snowy holidays.


 


Seems like it was Nov 1st yesterday and now thanksgiving has come and gone! Need to find a way to slow time down.


 


Here are some w126 X-mas photos for everyone. Please feel free to post some of your own!



Wishing Everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!



-- Edited by SELLC at 20:41, 2006-12-14

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Well its about that time of year again! I am happy to annouce that the 560 has taken home yet another blue spruce this year! Amazing what you can fit in the trunk of a W126!

Ill post some photos when I download them from the camera!

Wishing everyone a Happy Holiday this December 2007!

Rex

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Well here is the 2007 X-mas tree photo. Just look how easy an entire tree fits in the back of a Mercedes!


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Its just not Christmas without a ride out to the Christmas tree farm in the Mercedes.

She has been great, however she will be going down after the new year for repairs. I think its high time to replace the front end, fix the sun-roof and finally get that fresh coat of paint I have been promising her.

Got a nice little winter beater Black/Black 560 I am working to finish up before then. Most of all my Smoke Silver baby is about as rust free as they come, and I dont want to risk her when the snow gets bad in January. I will roll her thru the holidays, but I know what my New Years resolution is going to be already!

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Looking back at all the years, and all the memories and good times I have had in this car I am truly Thankful this thanksgiving that I have had the opportunity to enjoy such a fine automobile. (Tear jerker moment, wipes tear from eye)

It has now become a tradition, and as such I had to add some new Christmas tree ornaments to this thread. While the SS Baby is a 560, I had some 420 badges lying around close at hand.

Enjoy my brethren Benzoholics!




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SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FUCKING GHETTO!!!!!!!!!!!!! BUT WHAT DO YOU EXPECT FROM A PUNK ASS BITCH LIKE REX?????????????? LOOK AT YOU STEALING THAT CHRISTMAS TREE IN YOUR GET-AWAY BENZ!!! THEN YOU ARE TOO POOR TO GET PROPER ORNAMENTS AND PLACE SOME JUNKYARD PARTS ON THE TREE. IS THAT A FUCKING THERMOSTAT IN THAT ONE PICTURE???????



POOOOOOOOOOOOR ASS BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Stoma is jealous as hell!

Ask around how much it cost to cut your own tree. I know your mom purchased them painted tree's in the Wal-Mart parking lot, but dont take it out on us.

It must make you sick that the very parts that keep you from driving your Mercedes, hang on a tree as an ornament!

Get a grip on yourself boy. You know your BS post always get deleted in the W126 forum, so why even bother?


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Christmas tree mission 2010

Well the ride out to the tree farm this year was absolutely wonderful. With all the new front end work the ride was as smooth as glass. Although the ride back was somewhat stressful given the fact that a seal on the recently installed transmission gave out, likely because it had sat so long and dry rotted. Perhaps it was the 100mph pulls or the off roading thru the tree farm but a quick stop at Meijers to get some Lucas trans treatment ensured the problem subsided for a safe and un-impeeded ride home with the goods.

I honestly think this Mercedes is alive, sort of like the Mercedes version of Herbe. Despite the fact she was bleeding slightly she did not fail us and got us and the tree home safely.

In comparison this tree seems much smaller than the one year, however one year the tree farms tractor hay ride was broke down and we had to stuff an un-bailed tree in the trunk to bring it to the office for payment and bailing. This year they had the hay ride powered by two clydesdales, which I imagine is much more reliable. All things considering it seems out favorite Christmas tree farm is starting to thin out. I myself am a Blue Spruce kind of guy, and the selection just does not seem to be the same as days of old. None the less a tradition is a tradition, and thus we will keep going even if it means bringing home a Charlie Brown tree.

While the tree's there seem to be getting smaller, the saws they hand out are getting much sharper, as cutting the tree was a breeze.

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas 2010 and a Happy and Prosperous 2011 New Year!



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Christmas Tree Mission 2011,

We were kind of late getting into the holiday spirit this year, and given the current Administration it's no wonder. But politics aside the Benz had no problems bringing home the tree this year, and while we did not cut ours down this year I elected to go with a Scotch Pine rather than the traditional Blue Spruce. It also cost me 80% less, as buying a tree this late in the season comes with huge discounts.

Wishing everyone a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a happy new year!



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5 YEARS LATER....................... STILL GHETTO AS FUCK. MERRY CHRISTMAS........................................ BUT WEREN'T YOU JEWISH??????????????????????????

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2012 - Six years this beast has proven to be a reliable x-mas tree hauler! LOL

Hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving! Here's to a Merry Christmas 2012 and a happy new year of 2013!



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ANOTHER YEAR AND THIS MOTHA FUCKKKIN GRINCH STEALS YET ANOTHER TREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BOY YOU ARE PLAYIN WIT FIRE.................. TRESPASSING AND CUTTING DOWN PEOPLES TREES???????? ITS NOT ENOUGH YOU ARE LIVING OFF OF GOV'T CHEESE................... YOU STEEL FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR TOO???????????????????????????? BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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For six years you have been hating in this thread Stoma!

It's not my fault your dad purchased the family Christmas tree at the local car wash!

^^ Stoma's Childhood Christmas photos ^^

You poor thing you!



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For six years you have been hating in this thread Stoma!

It's not my fault your dad purchased the family Christmas tree at the local car wash!

^^ Stoma's Childhood Christmas photos ^^

You poor thing you!


 NAAAAAAAAH MAN...................... AINT MY TREE. I AINT NO SEATTLE MARINERS FAN EITHER....... FAGGOT!!!!!!!!!!



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Well it would seem the ole' Mercedes made it yet another year.

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas 2013!



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ANOTHER YEAR..ANOTHER TREE STOLEN OFF SOME PRIVATE PROPERTY!!!!!!!! YOU ON A ROLL REX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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stoma wrote:

ANOTHER YEAR..ANOTHER TREE STOLEN OFF SOME PRIVATE PROPERTY!!!!!!!! YOU ON A ROLL REX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 Yup.. And here I am Roll'n off the lodge New Years eve..



-- Edited by SELLC on Wednesday 1st of January 2014 08:54:02 PM

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I'm going full on Gerry style... Max Braggadocio! LOL Take a picture! It'll last longer!



-- Edited by SELLC on Wednesday 1st of January 2014 08:59:30 PM

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2014 Mercedes Benz Christmas tree haul-

 



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Hey SELLC,

No tree this year ?....Your boys don't care anymore hey ?!! At least the 560 will be free of any ants & pine-cones LOL !

Have a great Christmas folks, & all the best for 2016 !!!

Cheers,

Rastus

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Thanks for reminding me Rastus! I almost forgot!

Guess I spent so much time building the kids Christmas gift this year I almost forgot!



This year we went to the same area (almost an hour away), but we were able to buy from family who started their own tree farm in the area! Much better selection of tree's too! I think this is one of the best we have gotten. The tree shown in this photo was grown for 9 years.

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Well, this is the first time in a long time that I had to use another vehicle to get our Christmas tree, rather than ole' Goldilocks.

This year I needed to pick up a cord of Hickory with my Tree, and instead of getting the usual Blue Spruce, the woman insisted on a Douglas Fur. Had to shave nearly 4 foot off the tree to even get it into the house. lol

I think I am going to go pull the hood star off my 560 and hang it on the tree, in honor of the good ole' days when about the only thing we had going for us was our Mercedes. The weather has taken a brutal turn for the worse, and to be honest the hickory will come in handy during the cold months! Got a great deal on a whole truck bed full out in the country, as they charge an arm and a leg around here. 



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