Some people may balk at the idea of a car having a soul, but the massive boom in vintage cars and restomods — from modern running gear to full-on EVs — proves otherwise. Based in Kawasaki, Japan, Arrows is taking what many consider to be the last true Mercedes, the W124, and turning them into factory-fresh cars ready for a second life. Using the utilitarian station wagon as a base, Arrows fully services every inch of the car, from the engine to the chassis, along with a few custom touches like the gorgeous plaid interior seen in the example. Three original Mercedes colors are available: Pueblo Beige, as seen in the photographs, Light Ivory, and Rodeo Gray. Other touches include early-W124 wheel covers and options like an airbag-equipped steering wheel. And if you're more in the market for something offroad, Arrows also restores G-Class 4x4s. While not made to impress with its performance, these Mercedes wagons embody the company's old ethos by being eye-catchingly understated.