Daimler-Mercedes 28/95 Sports Phaeton – 1924 Sindelfingen

Daimler-Mercedes 28/95 Sports Phaeton - 1924 Sindelfingen

90 hp, 7,280 cc SOHC inline six-cylinder engine, four-speed manual transmission, live axle suspension with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 98.4"

– An important Mercedes model; one of only a handful in existence
– Restoration completed by John Griffith and Gene Smyers during the early 1990s
– Owned by some of the earliest and most noted automotive collectors in the U.S.
– Handsome in presentation, highly equipped, abundant power for touring

One of the last of the magnificent Mercedes models introduced before the merger between Daimler and Benz, the 28/95 stands as one of the most powerful and sporting of all post-WWI automobiles and the precursor to the immortal S, SS, SSK and SSKL models of the late 1920s. A short-chassis 28/95 Mercedes was driven by Max Sailer to win the Coppa Florio and to second place in the concurrent Targa Florio, conclusively establishing the model’s … Read More

Benz 8/20 PS Jagdwagen – 1914

Benz 8/20 PS Jagdwagen - 1914

Coachwork by Schebera

The world automobile industry grew a lot between the end of 19th century and the First World War. Each important firm depended on the races to introduce their name and products; each one had in production sports cars and touring or formal cars.

The Benz firm was one of these companies and, beside the 15-liter and 21-liter racing cars and the impressive 8-liter formal cars, produced, just before the First World War, the 8 /20PS, a reliable touring car.

The car shown in the museum has an interesting story because it was ordered by an Indian Maharaja with this unusual and unique bodywork which joins the hand-worked nickel-brass bonnet, radiator and headlights to the Vienna straw details which decorate the mahogany side panels of the body, part of the interior and the large external luggage rack.

There was space for 6 people inside, thanks to the two … Read More

Mercedes E 36 AMG Break – 1995

Mercedes E 36 AMG Break - 1995

S124

Les Grandes Marques du Monde au Grand Palais
Bonhams
Estimated : € 55.000 – 75.000
Sold for € 54.050

Parijs – Paris
Frankrijk – France
February 2018

– One of only 171 built
– Seven seats
– Circa 58,500 km from new and ready to enjoy
– Automatic transmission
– Full Service history

‘For anyone wishing to give their Mercedes that extra personal touch, Mercedes-AMG GmbH has just the answers. The Daimler-Chrysler subsidiary offers the combined experience of Mercedes-Benz and AMG in the field of high-quality enhancements for Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and puts the emphasis firmly on individuality when creating the customer’s dream Mercedes.’ – Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

AMG, which is now the official performance division of Mercedes-Benz, has a long history of producing high-performance derivatives of Mercedes’ standard production vehicles, and these improved versions enjoy an enthusiastic following world-wide, with prominent figures of the motorsport, entertainment, sport and business … Read More