The Mercedes Benz 300SLR W198II Roadster 1956 is a luxury two-seat roadster designed for performance and speed. Its combination of eye-catching style and powerful engineering make it an iconic car with a timeless look. It features a straight-six engine with a total displacement of 2996cc which gives it an impressive power output of 198 hp. The bodywork of the 300SLR is made from lightweight aluminum alloy, giving it an extremely lightweight feel. The car features a 4-speed manual transmission, air-cooled brakes, fully independent suspension, and a versatile seating arrangement with a large storage area behind the seats. Its long wheelbase and high ground clearance give it excellent handling even on rough terrain. The exterior of the car features a unique design with a long hood, chrome-plated grille, and heavy-duty front and rear bumpers. Its classic style has made it an instant classic and highly collectible despite its unattainable price tag. With a top speed of over 190 mph, the 300SLR W198II Roadster is the perfect car for those looking for a luxurious ride with a touch of historic sophistication.
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