ABC-Exclusive from Bonn in Germany was one of the companies who, together with the likes of Koenig-Specials and Gemballa, did an attempt to create a seriously ultimate wide version of the Mercedes-Benz SEC (W126). The ABC-Exclusive version of the widebody SEC featured Testarossa-type streaks just like the Koenig-Specials SEC, but in a more crude fashion remeniscent of the Koenig SL (R107). Wheel arches front- and rear were widened, a hood scoop was added (Koenig-Specials item?), front bumper with a sort of extended grille (different versions exist), rear wing (again, Koenig?) and the obvious wide Gotti wheels which were an ABC-Exclusive standard.
This white 500SEC Widebody by ABC-Exclusive is quite likely a very early model, possibly even a prototype since it has a different style of front bumper with a more protuding airintake.
This apears to be the same car, for sale in Japan in early 1990s (same unique front bumper, white custom dashboard, seats with white leather and red piping).
This black 500SEC Widebody by ABC was a car from Sweden, built for/by the Sw
This 560SEC ABC Wide Body was shown at the 1990 Tokyo Auto Salon at the stand of Yokohama based tuning shop "Bentley Co. Ltd". This ABC Exclusive widebody is of special interest because it has received a special treatment at the trunk, posibly using parts of ABC's widebody kit for the BMW 6-series.
Two red ABC Exclusive widebodies in front of the Bentley shops in Yokohama; a W126 500/560SEC and a W124 300E. In the background a white SEC Convertible can be seen as well. Bentley Co Ltd was a tuning shop that represented ABC-Exclusive, Schulz Tuning, GFG, Koenig-Specials and various other German tuning- and coachbuilt specialists.
A candy apple red 500SEC Wide Body Convertible by ABC-Exclusive. This totally mad car has been fitted with an interior that sports four white leather covered Recaro seats.
Text: copyright Bram Corts