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Mercedes-Benz Museum Celebrates Anniversary With Short Films

A number of short animated films were commissioned by the Mercedes-Benz Museum to celebrate its tenth anniversary, as shown on a report from motorward.com. The films show a different side of the history of the well-known German brand. The videos are also appealing enough for the new generation who may not be interested in knowing how one of the biggest brand names in the world came to be. A number of comic strips were also commissioned by the luxury vehicle manufacturer in the past to pique the interest of the youth of today. It appears the films have the goal. The story of the company can be interesting enough if… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Now Selling Classic Cars Directly to Customers

Have you ever dreamed of having a classic Mercedes-Benz car? For those who are looking to buy the vintage units of the brand, Daimler announced on November 5 that the Mercedes-Benz Museum has opened its doors to collectors. All the classic cars of the three-pointed star marque belonging from all periods in its colorful history are now on sale. Interested buyers can visit the museum of the company and arrange their transactions there. The selection can also be viewed at the website set up by Mercedes at alltime-stars.com. The oldest vehicle on sale and the rarest among the choices is the Mercedes-Benz 630. The car was introduced in the market… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Museum Display Iconic Mercedes-Benz C111

The Mercedes-Benz C111 is an iconic concept car produced by Mercedes-Benz nearly half a century ago. It continues to be as amazing as the day it was initially unveiled. As a tribute to the stunning concept car, the Mercedes-Benz Museum launched an exhibition showing the car that was never made available in the market, as shown on a report from gtspirit.com When the C111 was produced in 1969, it showcased the best technology at that time from its bodywork, powertrain and chassis. The trademark gullwing doors, which were originally designed for the 300 SL, were enhanced using fiberglass reinforced plastic. The doors were attached firmly into the steel frame floor…. Continue Reading »

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