The retro-cool SL Mille Miglia and hardcore SLS AMG GT Final Edition can be yours for a combined $558,748.
Mercedes-Benz classics and special editions are fetching eye-watering prices, but despite this, collectors can't snap them up fast enough, and two recent listings on the All-Time Stars platform, Mercedes' classic car platform, has caught our attention: a menacing SLS AMG GT Final Edition, and the retro oddity that is the 2000 SL 320 Mille Miglia Edition. Both cars have interesting backstories and are highly collectible.
The least expensive, but most interesting of the two is the 2000 SL 320 Mille Miglia Edition which pays tribute to the race of the same name. Established in 1927, it famously requires entrants to cover a thousand miles in a set period of time and has seen a number of Mercedes-Benz special edition cars enter, the most famous being the 1955 300 SLR, which was based on the Formula One car and piloted by the legendary Stirling Moss.
Only 12 SL 320 Mille Miglia cars were ever produced, highlighting the exclusivity and collectability of this specific model, which sports a Brilliant Silver metallic exterior paint job, a black Nappa interior that screams corporate yuppie cool and an odometer reading of 34,611 miles. Mercedes-Benz is offering this rare beast for $72,887, about the same price as a brand new CLS Coupe.
If the cocaine dealer aesthetic of the SL 320 doesn't appeal to you, the SLS AMG GT Final Edition surely will. This firebreathing two-door convertible punches out close to 600 horsepower and forms part of the last 350 SLS coupe units designed by AMG. Carbon fiber in all its raw and natural beauty can be found scattered across the exterior, adding to its racecar heritage while fine cross stitching on the seats reminds you that you're supposed to act classy when driving this brute. How much does Mercedes-Benz want for this topless muscle car with 34,611 miles on the clock? A cheque for $485,862 will seal the deal.