Mercedes-Benz 320 (1937)
Presented in February 1937 as the successor to the Type 290, the Mercedes-Benz Type 320 (internal designation W 142) was the very first Mercedes-Benz production car to feature the iconic bumper horns.
With plenty of space and comfort, the 320 was predestined to offer the maximum feel good factor for a long journey. The body lines of the long-wheelbase Cabriolet B matched those of the Type 230 series.
Due to the deteriorated petrol-quality, the engine was enlarged to 3.4 liters displacement in 1938 but without changing the model designation accordingly.
Exceptionally rare Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet B, Mannheim body in overall excellent condition.
The car was completely restored in period-correct interior and exterior colors in 2000 and subsequently won Best-in-Class at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance that same year. With an odometer reading of just 64,341 original km (40,213 miles), the car was driven less than 200 miles after being restored.
Fully inspected by the Classic Center, mechanically and cosmetically in Concours-ready condition.
The perfect pre-war Mercedes-Benz for an exclusive event or high-end vintage car show.
Price on request. Please contact the vendor.
Mercedes-Benz USA LLC Classic Center
CA 92618 Irvine (United States of America)
Please contact: Mr. Michael F. Kunz
Telephone: +1 (949) 598-4840
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