Behold: the 1929 Mercedes Benz 710 SS Sport Tourer – capable of  200km/h, it was the undisputed supercar of its day and remains one of the most sought-after vehicles in the world.

With a massive 7.1 litre supercharged inline six engine capable of 200km/h this car was shipped to New York before returning to Paris, where it received bodywork from the firm Fernandez & Darrin, run by American coachbuilder Howard “Dutch” Darrin. 

Yours for a trifling €8,000,000 (if you’re lucky).


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14 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    Ah, the roaring twenties and their fabulous cars. F. Scott Fitzgerald was a petrol-head apparently and you could just imagine him driving this in either Paris or NYC.

  2. 01101101 01100011

    its a very nice looking yoke alright

    plus, think of the benefits coming to you and I of that $8mill spend by some very rich person

    surely some of that dollar will trickle down to you and I, hm?

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