Paul Logan’s Mercedes-Benz G500 four×4² Will get a Snow Plow

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Controversial YouTube star Paul Logan simply had his Mercedes-Benz G500 four×4² custom-made. He had a snow plow put in into the car.

The work was performed by the Los Angeles-based store referred to as RDBLA. It was fairly an uncommon request as a result of house owners of the car often don’t put snow plows into their G-Class models. What makes it actually bizarre although is that the local weather in LA does probably not current snow plowing alternatives. Regardless, that now makes the G-Class of Logan distinctive.

To assist the burden of the heavy snow plowing rig, RDBLA outfitted a customized bracket to maintain it in place. The mechanism additionally permits the short set up and elimination of the plow.

RDBLA examined the energy of the G-Class’ bracket by letting one in every of their crews experience the plow. After that, they’d the car ram a Jaguar on the streets and even had it carry the automobile’s rear to indicate its energy.

They simulated a automobile chase too simply to show that the improve to the G500 four×4² didn’t considerably have an effect on its efficiency on the highway. These antics, after all, elicited a shocked response from one onlooker. As well as, there was an off-road demo to show the auto’s capabilities on the dust.

Whereas the snow plow gave the G-Class a extra rugged look, the identical can’t be stated with its inside. RDB fitted the cabin of the auto with a Rolls-Royce-inspired starlight headliner. The visible results positively supply an opulent contact into it.

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Try the video beneath showcasing Logan’s Mercedes-Benz G500 four×4² with a snow plow:

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