Nothing is quite as sinister as an '80s Mercedes-Benz in black. From the Evolution 190E models to the AMGs, the perfectly-proportioned square bodies are still the epitome of Mercedes style. This 1989 560 AMG widebody isn't the real thing, but no one on the street is ever going to ask any questions. The widebody kit is a bespoke design constructed from carbon fiber that includes front and rear bumpers and is masterfully matched to the car's lines. The custom work doesn't stop at the exterior: A stainless steel exhaust, coilovers, and custom wheels that mimic '80s Mercedes racing wheels have been added. The interior is immaculate in red and grey zebra wood with a period-correct AMG Momo steering wheel. The car shows only 32,000 miles since new, and is one of the most eye-catching executive coupes you'll find.