1968 Mercedes-Benz 600
Limousine Car for sale by Daniel Schmitt and Co. in Saint Louis, Missouri 63074
Daniel Schmitt and Co.
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1968 Mercedes-Benz 600 $299,900
Wonderful restored condition
Rare & desirable 600 Pullman Limousine
One of only 304 built
Only 71,533 original miles!
Numbers matching 6.3 liter V8 engine
Over $18,000 recently invested in complete air suspension rebuild, transmission rebuild and hydraulic system service by marque specialists
Gorgeous, factory correct paint finish
Factory air conditioning
Power 4-wheel disc brakes
Power divider window
Becker Grand Prix Radio with rear AM/FM CD
Rear Sony television
White wall tires
Excellent documentation includes original owner's manual & books, tool kit, data card copy from Mercedes-Benz and more!
One of the best examples of a 600 Pullman that can be found on the market today!
A collectors dream!
By the late 1950â€™s Mercedes-Benz was looking for a replacement for the W186 300 series saloon as the companyâ€™s flagship. The W100 600 saloon made its debut at the Frankfurt International Auto Show in 1963. Developed over a seven year period, the 600â€™s shape was formed by Paul Bracq and Bruno Sacco. A technological marvel with an incredible array of power features and functions, the 600 was developed by engineers Rudolf Uhlenhaut, Fritz Nallinger and Karl Wilfred. Their simple idea was to ask how amazing a car could be with cost as no limitation. The aptly named â€œGrosserâ€, or Grand Mercedes, featured every possible power feature imaginable with an internal hydraulic system that operated everything from the windows to the trunk. Suspension was independently controlled at all four corners by an intricate pneumatic system powered by a one cylinder air compressor in the engine compartment. The engine itself was Mercedes' first production V8 with single overhead camshafts. Fitted standard with Bosch mechanical injection, the M100 V8 unit was good for 300hp and pushed the 600 to speeds in excess of 120mph. Craftsmanship was second to none with virtually every part of the car fitted by hand. The 600 was produced in two versions, the first being a traditional four door sedan with a 130 inch wheelbase and the longer â€œPullmanâ€ version built on a 150 inch wheelbase. Costing over $20,000 new in 1965 (the equivalent of over $157,000 today) the 600 attracted numerous elite clientele including everyone from politicians, dignitaries, royalty to celebrities such as Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor, John Lennon, George Harrison, and more. The 600 was so ahead of its time that production of the model lasted until 1981 with very minor changes in its impressive 18 year production run. Only 2,677 were assembled, of which only a mere 304 â€œPullmanâ€ limousines with rearward facing extra seats sectionalized by a power operated divider window were constructed. Today the 600 is highly prized by collectors and enthusiasts. Literally the Maybach of its day, the W100 chassis 600 is a perfect embodiment of what Mercedes-Benz strives for today: â€œthe best or nothing.â€Â
The 1968 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Limousine featured here is finished in stunning all black with an impeccably kept beige interior. The pinnacle of classic Mercedes-Benz craftsmanship, this 600 Pullman Limousine is an original U.S. Market example that has lived the majority of its life in the Pacific Northwest. The recipient of a thorough restoration, this beautiful Mercedes-Benz has only been driven 71,533 miles from new and recently underwent an extensive service of the air suspension system, hydraulic system and a full transmission rebuild.Â This 600 comes complete with its original books, build sheet copy, tool kit and more. An exquisite example of one of Mercedes-Benz most famous models this Mercedes-Benz would be a welcome addition to any premiere collection. We are proud to offer this 600 to the most astute investor or collector who appreciates the sophistication and rarity of this legendary model. Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013, 16% in 2014 and 17% in 2015 while posting gains of 467% over the last 10 years. Ready to make an investment you can actually enjoy? Please contact one of our expert sales consultants at (314)291-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Buy with confidence; this just might be one of the best finds on the market.
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1968 Mercedes-Benz 600 Specifications
Classic Car ID100967383
Trim Body Style
Transmission4 Speed Automatic
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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