All-Time Favourite Classics; Mercedes-Benz 1988 560 SEC AMG

There are many motor vehicle manufacturers in the world but some stand out amongst the rest. Mercedes-Benz has gained such a remarkable reputation through a history of exceptional automobiles. We can very rarely ever fault a beautiful Merc and in this day and age, the company is still developing extraordinary vehicles. This week we are…

Mercedes-Benz W111 Chassis Quick History Lesson

The Mercedes-Benz W111 was a chassis code that was given to a wide range of the Mercedes vehicles that were developed between 1959 and 1971. These vehicles included four-door sedans, and two-door coupes and cabriolets. Initially introduced to the market as inline 6-cylinder vehicles with 2.2 litre engines, the W111 reproduced two lines of variants.…

Large, Luxurious, Limousine; Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3

Large, luxurious, and limousine are three words that perfectly describe Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3. This beautiful beast was built by Mercedes-Benz from 1968 to 1972, featuring the companies powerful 6.3 litre M100 V8, originally taken from the luxurious 600 limousines. Forget American muscle cars of this era, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3 was a nearly…

Mercedes-Benz W 113 SL Pagoda

In 1963 through to 1971, Mercedes-Benz was developing the Mercedes-Benz W 113 SL. This two-seat roadster/coupe replaced both legendary 300 SL and 190 SL. Developed under the auspices of Mercedes-Benz technical director Fritz Nallinger, Chief Engineer Rudolf Uhlenhaut, and Head of Styling Fredrich Geiger. Bela Bareyni and Paul Bracq were the lead designers who created…

Legend behind Mercedes-Benz SL – Rudolf Uhlenhaut

The Brilliant engineer, Rudolf Uhlenhaut, was the man behind Mercedes-Benz most legendary vehicles that positioned Mercedes ahead of the game. It all started in London where Rudolf Uhlenhaut was born, July 15, 1906, to a German Father, and English Mother. Uhlenhaut’s family moved to Brussels where he later commenced studies in Munich with a Master…

Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupe – an all time legend

Considered one of the most exciting cars Mercedes-Benz ever built, the Uhlenhaut Coupe is a two-seat sportscar that took sportscar racing by storm in 1955. However, its success prematurely diminished even though it is still to this day is considered the world’s most valuable car. Once the winning racecar at the World Sportscar Championship, the…

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