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Top class four-seater convertible
At the Paris Fall Salon 1951 Mercedes-Benz presented the model 300 S from the W 188 series as convertible, roadster and coupé and car lovers were thrilled! The convertible version of the 300 S was considered one of the most beautiful cars and it was Mercedes-Benz’s way to continue the tradition of the world famous compressor cars. With a maximum speed of 175 km/h and an acceleration from 0 – 100 km/h in 15 seconds, this model left even the Porsche 356 1300 Super in the dust.
Our Mercedes-Benz 300 S Cabriolet, one of only 203 cars of this model, left the factory on December 22, 1953 and was moved on the road to the Daimler-Benz dealership in Kassel/Germany. Its first owner was Fa. Ilse, a furniture manufacturer in Uslar/Germany. This classic is in excellent condition, has never left Germany and is currently with its 5th owner.
Beautiful convertible in mint condition
The reopening of the Daimler-Benz Factory Museum in February 1961 was the perfect moment to present the new coupés and convertibles in the W 111 series. The media was impressed and applauded the high quality and manufacturing detail of the new series.To this day, the W 111 series coupés and convertibles are considered to be very successful.
Our Mercedes-Benz 220 SE b Convertible was delivered in December 1964 by the dealership in Duisburg/Germany. Since 1981 the classic has been owned by the current owner who at one point had the car licensed in Switzerland. Before 1981 the car had suffered engine failure on a trip to Italy. At the time it received a replaced engine from the MB 230 S with 2 carburetors and 120 PS, so almost a perfect fit. This aggregate has been delivering great service to this day! In 1982 the car received a complete overhaul by Zeilinger Karroseriebau in Munich/Germany. Since 2004 the classi car has been registered in Germany again and is enjoying best care and the occasional outing. Its design combines a moss green metallic exterior with a cognac colored leather interior – perfection!
Timelessly beautiful convertible
The new SL had to replace the iconic 300 SL but also the very successful mode 190 SL. That is why the Mercedes sports car was newly defined: high performance combined with optimal driving behavior and polished comfort. These criteria matched perfectly with the series W 113 and the 230 SL and it became a modern replacement for the 190 SL. The 300 SL, however, was irreplaceable. The market welcomed the new SL with enthusiasm and that has not changed. Mercedes-Benz has been known to constantly upgrade its model series thus the 230 SL became the 250 SL and ultimately the 280 SL, its most mature version.
Our impressive 280 SL was delivered to the US with a title in California. It has been registered in Germany since 1995 and is with its current owner since 1997. The classic has been a loyal companion on big trips. Despite its origin in the US, it features the so-called medium rear axle transmission. This car comes with comprehensive receipts from German body shops confirming that it has always been technically taken care of.
A loyal companion on long journeys
Since 1976 Porsche 911 models had hot-dip galvanized bodies which allowed it a 6-year anti-rust guarantee. The model year 1977 brought only minor changes and the engines’ exhaust output was cleaned.
Our Porsche 911 2.7 Coupe is from thee US and clocks in at approx. 96,000 miles. It has been significantly overhauled in Germany, especially its technology was changed to fit European standards. The oldtimer’s current mileage is approx. 500 kilometers and it’s registered in Germany. This car guarantees instant driving pleasure!
Since 1946 there was a new Bentley on the market based on engines that had been developed in 1938. The body design was based on the Bentley MK V, which was only sold in small numbers due tp the war. Another novelty was the standard steel body.
Our Bentley MK VI by James Young was characterized as a “Fixed Head Coupé de Luxe”. Its first owner, Mr Percy Cecil Henderson, a business owner from Essex bought the exclusive Coupé from car merchant Jack Barclay in London. The historic English documents list five owners. Since 1966 the Oldtimer was in the Netherlands and is now in German hands. Years ago this very rare car was completely overhauled. The Bentley runs very well, and although the opulent interior shows some wear and tear, it is still in good condition. Its weakest feature is the paint which has been considered when we priced the car and we would be happy to offer the Coupe with a new coat a paint. James Young’s signature features like elegant design and superior wood craftsmanship are very visible in this special classic car!
Rare coupé by James Young
In 1951, Mercedes finally introduced another six-cylinder car to the market. It had the conservative and very reliable body of the MB 170 S which built trust with customers. Paired with the modern six-cylinder technology it created the special appeal of the new Mercedes 220.
Our Mercedes-Benz 220 Limousine was built in 1953, right in the middle of the model’s production series. It was delivered In Germany with foldable sliding roof and heating as special features. This classic was completely overhauled in 2007/2008 and has been with its current owner since 2013. The six-cylinder engine is still a delight and the original flexible, foldable roof a very special feature.
A witness of the 50s