Dumb Ann Dummer

St.Croix, Stephen
December 2004
Mix;Dec2004, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p18
Describes the performance and design/construction of the 2005 Mercedes SL55 AMG. Performance; Technologies used; Safety features and appliances; Drivetrain; Reaction distance.


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