The Mercedes-Benz 300 SLS Coupe was produced between 1955 and 1958 and was known as one of the most iconic German-made cars of the era. This classic coupe combined modern and old-fashioned styling to create a timeless look and feel. This car was built with the utmost attention to detail, and it featured air-ride suspension, a 3-speed manual transmission, an independent rear suspension, and leather interior trim. Its sleek body was constructed from steel and aluminum, and had chrome accents that gleamed in the sunlight. The car featured a 4.5-liter inline-6 engine with output of 140 horsepower, and a top speed of around 105 mph. Mercedes-Benz used this car for competition in the 1955 Paris-Bamako Rally, and it remained a popular vehicle for shows and road rallies as well. The 300 SLS is considered a collector's item and one of the more sought after Mercedes-Benz models. Its unique styling and classic features make it an attractive option to any car enthusiast.
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