This Vintage Mercedes-Benz O319 17-Passenger Omnibus Van Is Far Out!

May 14th, 2020 by
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  If it looks like a bus, if it acts like a bus, then it’s probably a bus but in this case, it’s a Mercedes-Benz O319 17-passenger Omnibus, a large capacity van that became available in 1961 and was reportedly used by an Idaho ski resort as a shuttle for employees. The bus drives on…

A 1975 Mercedes Maybach Limousine Proves That It Still Got It!

April 30th, 2020 by

  A Facelift For This Vintage Mercedes Limousine An incredibly rare 1975 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Maybach W100 has been restored to its former glory after seven years of renovation and is now on sale for $2.15 million, and based on the looks of it, the purchase of this vehicle will certainly be mainly well spent!…

Join Mercedes On Their Virtual Tour

April 24th, 2020 by
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  In spite of the temporary shut down of the Mercedes-Benz Museum, due to the coronavirus outbreak, car enthusiasts can still indulge in all things automotive with their riveting virtual tour. The tour represents the well-defined history of the Mercedes vehicles from its start in 1886 and then so on into the present-day. The company’s…

The New “Baby Benz” is Worth Every Penny

December 3rd, 2019 by

  At long last, the A-class has now landed in the United States as it was previously only in Europe for some time. In 1984, a smaller, quicker Mercedes-Benz was also launched and called the 190E but picked up the nickname of “Baby Benz”; Eventually, it progressed and grew, becoming the model today known as…

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