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Shri Anil Deshmukh, Hon. Home Minister, Maharashtra and Santosh Iyer, vice president, sales and marketing, Mercedes-Benz India, flagging off the rally.
Sam Katgara’s 190 SL flags off.
Pontons and Fintails: E-class predecessors at the Mercedes-Benz Classic Car Rally 2020.
The entire SL line-up was present at this year’s Mercedes-Benz Classic Car Rally.
The SEC and R 129SL represented the modern classics at this year’s Mercedes-Benz Classic Car Rally.
The entire Mercedes 170 V range, along with an extremely rare 170 Roadster (extreme right), was on display.
Mistry family’s 220S Cabriolet (left) next to Viveck Goenka’s W111 Fintail Cabriolet.
Gautam Singhania’s 190SL was specially imported for this year’s show.
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Viveck Goenka’s grand 1929 Mercedes Nurburg.
Viveck and Zita Goenka lead a convoy in their 220 SE.
190 SL followed by Pratapsingh Gaekwad’s Pagoda 230 SL; the latter was one of the star cars of the show.
An ultra rare 170 V Limousine Cabriolet followed by Sharoukh Engineer’s exotic 250SL.
Mistry family-owned 220 S Cabriolet.
Purazar Fouzdar’s 170 V was freshly restored for the show, alongside it is Goenka’s 220 S Ponton.
Sharoukh Engineer’s 250 SL Pagoda leads a pack of other SLs at the rally.
A 450 SLC alongside two SLs.
Pratapsingh Gaekwad’s 230 SL Pagoda was one of the stars of the show.
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