• Pretty much any vehicle of the OBD-II era requires that you have full-featured diagnostic software (not just smog codes) and service tools to deal with it if you plan on keeping it past 80K miles, and this is definitely one of them.

  • Pretty much any vehicle of the OBD-II era requires that you have full-featured diagnostic software (not just smog codes) and service tools to deal with it if you plan on keeping it past 80K miles, and this is definitely one of them.

  • Pretty much any vehicle of the OBD-II era requires that you have full-featured diagnostic software (not just smog codes) and service tools to deal with it if you plan on keeping it past 80K miles, and this is definitely one of them.

  • The suspension components on this car will eat you alive financially, just to name one thing to stress you out. That is why they are so "affordable". If you want a V12 you can afford to maintain, find a properly kept W140 or an R129. These are the most affordable ticket into that V12 sound.

  • just another view of the S600, I owned one of the Honda variety and it was a blast to own and drive at the time, except for keeping the 4 carbs in tune and synchronized.

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