Gull Wing Group Celebrates 300 SL

Classic Cars

Gathering of Gullwings has been expertly captured during an owner's meet in California.

The Gull Wing Group was established to connect owners of the iconic 300SL sports car and to ensure its preservation. Mercedes delivered Gullwings across the globe during the Fifties and early Sixties, which is why the group's 600 or so members span 22 countries. As well as being able to exchange information online, the group convenes on a regular basis at various locations around the world. Its latest gathering took place in Palm Springs, California, just last month, and we've got the photos (courtesy of Royce Rumsey) to prove it.

The pictures were snapped early in the morning before the sun shined down on the San Bernardino National Forest through which the group drove. Witness the glorious sample of the stunning 300SL Coupes and Roadsters that made it to the exclusive party.

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