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The Maharaja of Gondal's 300SL leads the convoy of Mercs.
Viveck Goenka's pristine 220SE is a Cartier Concours winner.
Hormusji Cama's 500K is said to have once belonged to Heinrich Himmler.
Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Barve takes a tour of the line-up with Autocar India Editor Hormazd Sorabjee.
The 170V in all body styles is a rare sight.
Where it all started. This is a running replica of the Benz Patent Motor Wagen.
When the car is the star.
MBCCR 2019 saw over 130 entries.
Every generation of the Mercedes-Benz SL was in attendance at MBCCR 2019.
Sam Katgara's 190SL shares space with Nirmal Bhogilal's 190SL that was once owned by actor Shashi Kapoor.
Himanshu of Gondal's 300SL is one of few, single-owner cars of its type in the world.
As good as new.
The seat we all lust for.
Maybach was also represented at MBCCR 2019.
The Maybach 62 was a special display to commemorate 25 years of Mercedes in India.
The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG also made a special appearance.
Martin Schwenk, MD and CEO, Mercedes-Benz India and Hormazd Sorabjee, Editor, Autocar India.
The Mercedes-Benz Classic Car Rally 2019 was flagged-off to much fanfare.
The Mercedes-Benz 220SE takes to the road.
This immaculate Nurburg is one of few in the world.
Yesterday, once more. The Mercedes-Benz Nurburg followed by a 500K Roadster.
A Sunday well spent for car enthusiasts.
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