In 1938, Mercedes put a larger six-cylinder engine into the model with a long chassis. Despite the increase in engine size, the model continued to be called the "320".
The W 113 is a two-seater convertible cabriolet from Mercedes-Benz which was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1963.
The Dino 246 is a sports car made by the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari between 1969 and 1974. Pininfarina designed the bodywork.
The Mercedes-Benz 190 SL is technically based on the sedan in the W121 range ("Ponton" model).
The Porsche 964 is a sports car from the car manufacturer Porsche. It is the successor to the Porsche 911 "G type" and was introduced onto the market in 1988.
In April 1971, a new SL rolled from the R 107 stage onto the streets. For the first time in the history of the range of models, an eight-cylinder engine was working beneath the elongated bonnet.
An automatic rollbar, which extends within 0.3 seconds in the event that the car is rolled, was used in the R 129 for the first time.
The Mercedes Benz R129 is a roadster. The two-seat sports car is part of the Mercedes Benz SL-series.
The vehicle was originally delivered to the USA. In 2012, it was imported back into Germany and entirely restored from the ground up.
Das Fahrzeug wurde von 2009 – 2010 fachmännisch restauriert.
Frame off restoration incl. hardtop, colour DB 050 white, leather 1079 red
The production of the Ponton Cabriolet is considered to be successful development works since this was the first model in which Daimler-Benz used self-supporting bodywork with no roof trusses.
Construction year 1976, grandprixwhite, in a perfect condition
The Mercedes Benz 190 SL is technically based on the limousine of the W121 series ("Ponton"-Model).
The original Testarossa was reworked in 1991 and appeared as the 512 TR. Optically, the 512 TR moved away from the Testarossa's front design.
The Mercedes R 129 was produced from 1989 to 2001 as the successor to the R 107.
From april in the showroom....