1970 Mercedes-Benz 600 (W100)SOLD
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“In an age when flaunting your wealth wasn’t a crime, the 600 was the automotive equivalent of Monaco. It’s a masterpiece of engineering, a quantum leap over its opposition, and redefines the word opulence.” - Classic & Sportscar magazine.

By the commencement of the 1960s, Mercedes-Benz’s ever-expanding model range was lacking in only one department: a super prestige saloon to rival the Grosser Mercedes of the past. This gap was filled in September 1963 with the appearance at the Frankfurt International Motor Show of the all-new 600. Representing state-of-the-art automotive engineering in just about every department, the supremely well-equipped newcomer featured an overhead-camshaft, fuel-injected, 6.3-litre V8 engine - Mercedes’ first - air suspension with variable ride control, four-speed automatic transmission, all-round disc brakes, power-assisted steering, central locking and separate air conditioning systems for front and rear compartments. Its cosseted occupants enjoyed the advantages conferred by multi-way adjustable seating powered by a sophisticated system of hydraulics that also operated the windows and assisted in opening/ closing the doors and boot lid.


Reference Number 4580

as of 10/14/2006

Overview
Car 1970 Mercedes-Benz 600 (W100)
VIN 100012-12-001722  
Exterior / Interior Color anthracite / anthracite 
Transmission Automatic 
Options Interior: Cloth interior 
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