The Mercedes-Benz Blitzen Benz land speed Record Car OW 1909 is a classic German monster of an automobile. This vintage land speed record car was specially designed and engineered as part of a gruelling long distance trip across Europe, and has since become one of the most highly sought after vintage cars on the market. The body of the car is a two door roadster in a torpedo shape, crafted from the finest German steel and designed in a minimalistic, yet elegant manner, emphasising the streamlined shape of the car. Along the flanks of the car you can find 4 exhaust pipes, along with 12 silver spokes on each wheel. The light pale green vintage paint job, with subtle metallic accents, gives this car a classy and sleek look. Despite its age, the Blitzen Benz is remarkably well maintained and still seems to be in immaculate condition, an impressive feat considering its age. Underneath the hood, the Blitzen Benz is powered by a 3-liter straight-six engine with an impressive 70 horsepower. This gives the performance of the land speed champion an extra boost, and you can tell from the low growl of the engine that it is a car that means business. The record breaking power of the Blitzen Benz is complimented by a set of brakes which can bring the car to a swift halt. With all this power comes the need for stability, and the old car is fitted with a suspension system which means you can expect a comfortable and safe ride. This unique land speed car is a true testament to the skill and dedication of German engineering, and you can feel a sense of history and grandeur when you drive it.
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