More fascinating topics in our print edition :
A short-nosed Mercedes-Benz L 911 is a sturdy workhorse which it needs to be when it serves as a log transporter.
A WORKSHOP FULL OF HISTORY
A museum workshop was transformed into today’s Mercedes-Benz Classic Center in 1993.
“FIVA FIGHTS FOR OWNERS’ RIGHTS”
An interview with Horst Brüning, President of the International Classic Car Federation FIVA.
The engineer and collector Willy Leiseder is spellbound by out-of-the-ordinary classic cars. His Mercedes-Knight of 1918 is one such gem.
MAKING A MILLION
Mercedes-Benz engineer Michael Nickl and his W 124 may soon become kilometer millionaires.
Gasoline vs. electricity vs. steam. Three vehicles line up for a systems comparison – a Mercedes Simplex 60 HP and two cars from the USA: a Detroit Electric and a Stanley Steamer.
How did the roof of the Mercedes W 113, collo quially known as the Pagoda, come into being? No one knows better than the designer – or carossier – Paul Bracq.
THE ROAD TO JERUSALEM
In summer 1963 four young adventurers set out on a long journey eastward. They had to cope with some difficult situations along the way, but only their companion, a Mercedes 170 V, failed to make it back home.