The Mercedes-Benz W196 Coupe 1954 is an iconic classic car with sleek lines, muscular exterior styling, and advanced mechanical engineering. The W196 Coupe is powered by a 2.5-liter inline-six engine that produces 180 horsepower and 217 lb-ft of torque. This engine is mated to a four-speed manual transmission with a clutch-type rear axle. The car is equipped with an original four-wheel independent suspension system with double wishbones at the front and a swing axle at the rear. The car has four wheel-drive and is capable of reaching a top speed of 175 mph. The exterior of the vehicle is a one piece aluminum body with very distinctive lines and unique shapes. The front grille is a V-shaped hood with grille openings on either side of the headlights. The side profile of the car is very muscular with prominent bulges above the wheels. The car is outfitted with the original 16-inch steel wheels which give it a classic race-inspired look. The interior of the W196 Coupe has plenty of room for four passengers with individual reclining bucket style seats for extra comfort. The controls and instruments are all fitted neatly into the dashboard for easy access. Other details such as the wooden steering wheel, chrome interior trim, and classic gauges add to the cars classic charm. The Mercedes-Benz W196 Coupe 1954 is a one of a kind classic car with its unique styling and performance abilities. It is well known for its handling on the racetrack and can still provide plenty of driving pleasure on the roads today. Its excellent engineering and classic design make it a must have for any collector.
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