1914 Mercedes (pre 1926) 50 H.P. TouringSOLD
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This 50-horsepower 7-liter mercedes seated six, including two on jump seats, and its bodywork was built by mercedes in a day when custom coachbuilders bodied most senior-series cars. From the start mercedes cars were elegantly designed for high performance and favored by royalty and financiers of the old and the new world. Many others switched allegiance when in 1914 mercedes placed first, second and third in the french grand prix. This magnificent specimen, a high wheeled export model originally sold in Argentina, is the only known type like it in the United States. Former A.A.C.A. national first place winner in 1978.

Reference Number 944

as of 6/13/2006

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Car 1914 Mercedes (pre 1926) 50 H.P. Touring
VIN 12526 
Exterior / Interior Color      Light Blue /      Brown 
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
Options Interior: Leather interior 
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