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Every generation of the SL till the R129 was were present at the rally. See here are two 190 SLs.
Every generation of the E-class and S-class produced till 1996 were present at the rally.
Deepak Velankar's W110 Fintail was driven to and fro from Pune for the rally.
A rare sight to see two SECs together on Mumbai's roads
Kirloskar's immaculately restored 220S Ponton.
Amol Nayak's Ponton is a regular at the event.
The SEC and SL turned many heads.
Yohan Poonawalla's immaculate 190SL was a crowd favourite.
Gautam Ashra's 80-year-old 170V made a smooth run and was among the cars at the event.
The legendary 300SL follows the AMG GT pilot car.
Yuvraj Gondal poses with his father's 300SL, which was the star of the show.
A car from every Mercedes-Benz platform from the 1950s to the 1990s was present at the event.
Immaculately restored interiors of the 300SL.
Seen here is Kaizad Engineer's (W114) 250.
Another star of the show was Viveck Goenka's extremely rare Nurburg in Concours condition.
Goenka's Concours winning Nurburg ran flawlessly at the rally.
Anosh Shroff's Pagoda is a daily runner.
170Vs and SLs were adored by the crowd.
Yohan Poonawalla's 190SL turned many heads.
A rare sight to see so many 170Vs on Mumbai's roads
Paresh Oswal's W123 Wagon participated from Pune.
The Mumbai Police did a great job with the convoy.
A mix of every generation of classic Mercedes turned heads on Sunday.
Behram Ardeshir's 300D is a regular at the event.
Jatin Patel's 300E with Brabus body kit.
The Mahalaxmi Race Course was star studded.
W126s were a common sight at the event.
170Vs lining up after the flag-off.
Goenka's Nurburg was a show stopper.
The convoy made its way from the Race Course, circled around Bandra and returned after a ride on the Sea Link.
The 300SL with the AMG GT before the rally began.
300SL's straight-six motor featured fuel injection.
The Nurburg was elegance on wheels.
The rally was flagged off from the Mahalaxmi Race Course with the AMG GT taking the lead.
A large number of W114s and W115s turned up for the event.
Dnyanesh Samant's 180A Ponton was one amongst every generation of the E-class produced till 1996.
The event showcased the evolution of Mercedes-Benz cars.
A bevy of beautiful 190Es were amongst the most modern cars at the event.
Pontons and W123s strike a pose after the rally.
Viveck Goenka also brought every generation of the S-class and participated with a total of seven cars, the highest at the event.
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