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  • Mercedes-Benz W189

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    The Mercedes-Benz W189 model 300 was a four-door luxury tourer produced by Mercedes-Benz between 1957 and 1962. The company's largest and most prestigious automobile, it was the Maybach of its day, elegant, powerful, exclusive, and expensive. Marketed as the Type 300d, it was equal in features and price but superior in performance to the rival 4.9L Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud. Favored by statesmen and business leaders, it offered options such as a glass partition, VHF mobile telephone, and dictation machine. All but hand-built as the company flagship, the 300d is often identified as an Adenauer after Konrad Adenauer, the first chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, who employed six custom cabriolet, hardtop saloon, and landaulet versions of the W189 and its precursor W186 series during his 1949-1963 tenure. Among the custom features in these "parade cars" were writing desks, sirens, curtains, dividing partitions, sunroofs, and half-roof "landaulet" configurations.

  • Mercedes-Benz 190

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    Mercedes-Benz has sold a number of automobiles with the "190" model name: 1955–1963 W121 1955–1963 Mercedes-Benz 190SL 1956–1959 190 1958–1959 190D 1959–1961 190b 1959–1961 190Db 1962–1965 W110 1962–1965 190c 1962–1965 190Dc 1984–1993 W201 1984–1986 190D 2.2 1984–1993 190E 2.3 1986–1987 190E 2.3-16 1987 190D 2.5 Turbo 1987–1991 190D 2.5 1987–1993 190E 2.6

  • Mercedes-Benz 600

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    600 Pullman in Mercedes Museum, formerly transporting guests of the German Government Mercedes 600 Landaulet 600 in Museum Sinsheim, sitting low until the air compressor re-supplies pressure to the suspension The Mercedes-Benz 600 (W100) is a large ultra-luxury sedan and limousine produced by Mercedes-Benz from 1963 to 1981. Generally, the short-wheelbase (SWB) models were designed to be owner-driven, whereas the long-wheelbase (LWB) models, often incorporating a central divider with power window, were designed for a chauffeur. The forerunner of the modern Maybach marque, the 600 Grosser Mercedes ("Grand Mercedes") succeeded the Type 300d "Adenauer" as the company's flagship and most expensive model. It was positioned well above the 300-series Mercedes-Benz W112. Its few competitors included certain models of Rolls-Royce and Bentley, the Cadillac Fleetwood 75, stretched Lincoln Continental Lehmann-Peterson, and the Chrysler Imperial Crown Ghia. With its demise in 1981, the 600 marked the last ultra-luxury model that the brand produced in an unbroken line since the model 60 hp Simplex from 1903.

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