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Mercedes-Benz 170V sedan
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That's a Mercedes-Benz 170V followed by a rare W108 250S.
The fabulous 300SL Roadster and Nurburg lead the convoy of Mercs.
That's an extremely rare Mercedes 170V roadster.
A rare 170V cabriolet tailed by a W123 sedan.
The Mercedes-Benz Ponton leads a convoy of E-Classes.
The now highly-collectible S123 estate in action.
That's a 170S in the foreground, and a line of 170Vs behind.
The fabled Mercedes-Benz 500K Roadster was also in attendance!
This Mercedes Nurburg is one of few in the world.
The Nurburg was the first mercedes with a straight-eight engine.
The 170V roadster had a unique jump seat at the back.
The Pagoda SL is one of the most desirable classic cars.
The 190SL in peak condition.
This is an 1895 Patenwagen replica made by Coimbatore's Geedee Industries.
The 500SL (R129) is one of the most recognisable Merc roadsters of all time.
The angular 500SL (R107) was in attendance.
The W108 shared its engine with the Pagoda SL.
The W120 is in immaculate condition.
This W111 Fintail 220S is one of the best restored of its type in India.
The SL R107 is powered by a V8.
The W116 S-Class is a rare car in India.
This 230 Pullman once belonged to the Maharaja of Bhavnagar.
This is a rare W126 560SEL. Think of it as a Mayback of the 1980s.
This is a 380 SEC that's counted as designer Bruno Sacco's best creations.
The W123 sporting Pentas alloy wheels.
This is an extremely rare W120 Ponton estate. Perhaps the only running example in India.
This 300D Adenauer was the ride of kings in the 1960s.
That's two of three W108 S-Classes at the show.
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