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2003 Mercedes Cl55 Amg. One Of A Kind. CL-Class photo

If you are looking for high-quality Mercedes Benz CL55 AMG parts, you have come to the right place. Buy Auto Parts sells a wide range of premium aftermarket parts for your vehicle at unbeatable prices. Each of our car parts has been tested to meet or exceed industry standards. All auto part orders over $50 will receive free shipping. We provide replacement parts for all Mercedes Benz models. The and are some of the parts that we stock for your Mercedes Benz CL55 AMG. Take a look at the list below for all of the CL55 AMG parts we carry. If you do not see the part you are searching for, just give us a call and we will find it for you.

He went into preparation mode about 18 months ago and chose a Mercedes CL55 AMG with 115,000 miles for the journey. The Benz’s gas tank was only 23 gallons, so he added two 22-gallon tanks in the trunk, upping his range to about 800 miles. The spare tire had to go in the backseat with his spotter, Dan Huang, a student at Georgia Tech, Bolian’s alma mater.

Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 2003, Mercedes CL55 AMG, Hand built 5, 4L

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2005 Mercedes CL55 Lorinser AMG V8 Kompressor

The Mercedes Benz CL55 AMG belongs to the class of grand tourers. All models of the CL-class can seat four members. The CL stands for the German Coupe Leicht. This vehicle is powered by a 5.4L supercharged V8 engine. It has an FR layout and a 2-door coupe body.

The Mercedes Benz CL55 AMG is the present-generation of the CL-Class, C216. Mercedes Benz is one of the oldest automakers in the world. Founded in 1881, the company's first automobile was made in 1886. This German company is now operated by Daimler-Benz, a merger of Karl Benz's and Gottlieb Daimler's companies. The company's headquarters are located in Stuttgart, Germany. In addition to automobiles, Mercedes Benz manufactures commercial trucks and buses. The company is also involved in a number of motorsports. Some of the highly recognized models of Mercedes Benz include the CLK, SLK, SLR, E-Class and C-Class.