I’ve always believed that the more you have of a certain item, the less special each one of them becomes. However, gazillionaire automotive connoisseur Jay Leno is able to tell us all which Mercedes-Benz is his favorite to drive: the 300 SEL 6.3.
We just can’t get over how good this Mercedes-Benz 600 looks after a full detailing. Thankfully, the guys who did it took an enormous amount of photos to document the entire experience.
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I’m not sure where this is, or who owns it, but this has to be one of the largest collections of rare and classic Mercedes cars in the world. See it for yourself after the jump.
This, as you may or may not have guessed, is a classic Mercedes 300SL. And we can forgive you if you didn’t immediately recognize it, since this has to be one of the worst examples of a 300SL ever.
Picture the best vintage Mercedes you can buy. You’re wrong. This 1989 560 SL is the best, because you might actually be able to afford it.
Here is one stare-worthy classic Benz: the AMG Mercedes-Benz 300E 5.6 (W124). Click the image after the jump for a logo-free version of this week’s Wednesday wallpaper.
In this week’s Wallpaper Wednesday, we’re taking it back to a time when you could walk into a Mercedes-Benz dealership wearing your BluBlockers and Members Only jacket, and drive out like a boss with your new W124 Mercedes-Benz 300CE-24 Cabriolet … with checkered interior.
Next time you see an SLR at rest, think about all the work it took to get it into a state of stillness because I’m willing to bet this car’s natural state is somewhere north of 200 mph.
The video I’m about to show you saddens me, and at the same time, makes me smile like an idiot. Why? Because these two glorious Mercedes-powered behemoths represent the end of an era.