1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 S Roadster
The Mercedes-Benz Type 300 S was probably the last German car whose style was reminiscent of the great era of classic automobiles. The pointed radiator, the sweeping free-standing fenders and also the lines in the transition from the fenders to the B-pillar are reminiscent of the great design of the pre-war supercharged Mercedes.
A magnificent automobile that impressively documents the German post-war economic miracle era.
216 customers opted for the Coupé, 203 customers for the Cabriolet A and 114 customers ordered the sporty 300 S Roadster.
The Mercedes-Benz 300 S Roadster shown here was delivered on 07/26/1954 via the Mercedes-Benz Duisburg branch to the buyer in Dinslaken, Germany. The car was ordered and delivered in the rare color silver gray DB125 with red leather.
The car has been restored very extensively in Germany in recent years.