WARNING: Lot's of Mercedes' in this one!
This was pretty neat. Someone converted their BMW 3er into a pickup!
Couple of older Opels and Fiats.
Mercedes W114/W115. Tons of these at this classic show and a pretty sweet car. I do like them.
This was a W115 220D with 60-horsepower. The 200D had 55-horsepower. Back in the 1960s and early 1970s, you had to pay about 500 DM's more for a 220D (200D cost DM 12,000).
This was an extremely rare Mercedes 450SLC 5.0 (later called 500SLC). Only 2,769 of these were built. It was better equipped than the other SLC models and had a 240-hp V8 under the hood coupled to a 3-speed automatic (later 4-speed automatic). This particular car was for sale!
This was pimp! Lincoln Continental Mark IV I think. Gorgeous!
Mercedes C123 Coupe and a W114 Coupe!
Another Mercedes W114/W115, Ford Taunus and a Gogomobil.
Oops, another one!
An older Fiat sedan. Not sure what it was called as there was no model name on it. A 1300 or 1500 perhaps?
BMW 1600 and W116 Mercedes S-Class in the background.
Mercedes W116 S-Class and a C107 280SLC Coupe. The 280SLC was the smallest engine available in the C107s.
Mercedes 220SE Coupe. Gorgeous. Love these.
Mercedes 219. The 219 was a reaction to the introduction of 6-cylinder cars from Ford and Opel. The 219 used a 2195cc 6-cylinder engine with 85-horsepower (later 90) and was an early example of a sports sedan in 1960s Germany.
A W123 280E with a 4-speed manual. Not rare, all W123s with the exception of certain models destined for the USA came with a 4-speed (later 5-speed) manual as standard. The fact that this 280E had a 4-speed M/T hints that it's a pre-1981 car.
Mercedes 300SE Coupe
End of Part 5