Description: To make it to the ripe old age of 60 is a respectable achievement for anybody and even more so for a car. Many classics are left to rot or sent to the crusher after being pillaged for any reusable par...
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Rk Ranas Jan 13, 2012
I have lots of respect for this car!this is a true legend
Cody Jacques Jan 13, 2012
its an ugly little toat aint it
goobee Jan 12, 2012
Anyone who says this car looks bad or is slow, i challenge you to desing a car that costs a few million when it is 60
Daniel Padilla Jan 12, 2012
@Ian if you read the article then you would know that this only has 150 bhp not 230. Get your facts straight
Submwaru CB Jan 12, 2012
To people hating, your car is one slide to the right.
Submwaru CB Jan 12, 2012
Ill own one of these someday... Haha
Mason Christopher Thomas Jan 12, 2012
I don't really like the look of it but the history makes it all worth wild.
Tim Preisinger Jan 12, 2012
I'm not really into European cars. But you gotta respect the history behind this car. Beautiful restoration.
Kevin Rehbock Jan 12, 2012
You would not be saying that if this was 1952. Go back to playing with Hot Wheels.
Lee Cascio Jan 12, 2012
Adham I think you may be the slow one bud.
Braydon Pack Jan 12, 2012
Very boring looking..
Daniel Mcfarlan Riedmuller Jan 12, 2012
I love how the door is just the roof and window.
Hendrik Reimer Jan 12, 2012
I'm not much into old timers but that's gorgeous!!!
Description: On June 1951, Mercedes' bosses decided to take part in the 1952 Le Mans endurance race and ordered the development of the 300 SL Super-Light, later changed to simply the 300 SL. The W 194 was the...
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Tim Puckett Jan 12, 2012
And the all new Toyota campy comes with ten airbags standard
Description: Tuned by Mercedes engineers, output was rated at 170hp and the engine was angled 50-degrees to the left and fitted with a dry sump. Combined with a low weight of just over a ton the SL managed a top s...
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Kevin Rehbock Jan 12, 2012
My mistake, this was a world first on any sports car at the time.
Cody Andree Jan 12, 2012
Direct injection was first implemented in the Swedish hesselmen engine in 1925 and was used in trucks in the 1930's. Nice try tho
Kevin Rehbock Jan 12, 2012
Of course, Carbuzz makes no mention of the world-first direct injection system that Mercedes implemented in this very car.
Kyle Silvera Jan 12, 2012
This car is one of only a select few that blurs the lines between race machine and pure art work. Beautiful.
Lou Guerrero Jan 13, 2012
Looks like the correct tubular chassis to me.
Nick Benz Jan 13, 2012
What? No original chassis?
Adenis AK Ruci Jan 13, 2012
That's a boat steering wheel.
Andrew Grimm Jan 13, 2012
So ummmm.... Why is the 2013 Mercedez-Benz SL tagged on the next page and not the 300SL?
Clint Edwards Jan 12, 2012
Plaid seats, hell yeah
Jason Dannheim Jan 12, 2012
So much better than modern cars.
Fndo Sgd Dtwda Jan 12, 2012
This car schools any Asian cars