The Mercedes-Benz Land Speed Record Car OW 1904 is an awe-inspiring feat of engineering and automotive skill. Designed and built specifically to break the land speed record in 1904, this historic and pioneering machine stands tall as a testament to the sheer power and heft of the Mercedes Benz brand. The body of the OW 1904 was crafted from steel, fitted with an air-cooled four-cylinder engine that produced a monstrous 24 horsepower - an impressive feat in its time. Its internal combustion engine had five main bearings and was cooled via a radiator mounted on the right side of the vehicle. With a top speed of 149.87 km/h, the OW 1904 made history, earning its place as one of the fastest cars from the early twentieth century. The lightweight frame and aerodynamic design of the car contributed to its incredible velocity and speed, while its distinctive snub nose and low profile provided an aesthetically pleasing appearance that turns heads to this day. Its polished metal trims and gleaming chrome accents added to the car's overall luxury feel. Along with its ivy green upholstery and black leather trim, the Mercedes-Benz Land Speed Record Car OW 1904 is a timeless and luxurious piece of machinery.
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