1953
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    300 S Cabriolet

    • Complete history
    • First delivered to Graf von Faber-Castell
    • Excellent condition, "matching-numbers"
    Colour Light green metallic (DB 274)
    Interior Leather light brown
    Type Cabriolet
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Mileage 00387 km
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    Mercedes presented the type W188 in October 1951 in Paris. With a total of 760 exemplars (coupes, cabriolets and roadsters), the 300 S are much more rarely than the 300 SL and were even more expensive at that time. The 300 S were the most expensive and elegant vehicles in the Mercedes range over their entire production period.

    Between 1952 and 1955 only 203 convertibles were built.

    This 300 S Cabriolet was delivered to Graf von Faber-Castell in Germany in 1954. The car was sold to the USA a few years later, where it was extensively restored on its almost untouched base. The car then found its way to the USA, where it was part of one of the most famous collections in the world for over 35 years. About 5 years ago the car came back to Germany. Data card and suitcase set etc. are available.

    With its complete history, its excellent condition and the beautiful colour combination, this collector’s item has much to offer. We recommend it.

    Engine:
    2.996 ccm, 6 cylinders, 150 HP (factory specification)

    495.000,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    Mercedes presented the type W188 in October 1951 in Paris. With a total of 760 exemplars (coupes, cabriolets and roadsters), the 300 S are much more rarely than the 300 SL and were even more expensive at that time. The 300 S were the most expensive and elegant vehicles in the Mercedes range over their entire production period.

    Between 1952 and 1955 only 203 convertibles were built.

    This 300 S Cabriolet was delivered to Graf von Faber-Castell in Germany in 1954. The car was sold to the USA a few years later, where it was extensively restored on its almost untouched base. The car then found its way to the USA, where it was part of one of the most famous collections in the world for over 35 years. About 5 years ago the car came back to Germany. Data card and suitcase set etc. are available.

    With its complete history, its excellent condition and the beautiful colour combination, this collector’s item has much to offer. We recommend it.

    Engine:
    2.996 ccm, 6 cylinders, 150 HP (factory specification)

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