Classic Magazine 2017/1 (English)
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- History of the German "Autobahn"
- 50 years of AMG, AMG 300 SEL 6.8, AMG 450 SLC, AMG 300 CE 5.0-6.0, C 36 AMG, ML 55 AMG, Mercedes-AMG GT R
- Interview with Hans Werner Aufrecht
- India, Bangalore, collection of classic Mercedes-Benz models, Model Nürburg 460, Model 230, Model 170 V, Model 320
- Radiator grille, brand design, 1929-2016
- Sculptor David Mackaay, Mercedes-Benz 230 CE, W 123
- young collector, Silvan Ernst, 300 D, 300 CE-24
- world trip with a Mercedes-Benz semi-forward control truck, Mercedes-Benz LA 911 B, Sabine Hoppe and Thomas Rahn
- Cassandra Steen, W 111 Cabriolet
- Time Travel: Golden 20s, Legend of the S-Models
- History of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class
- Buyer's Guide, Mercedes-Benz R 129, SL 280, 300 SL, 300 SL-24, SL 320, 500 SL/SL 500, 600 SL/SL 600
- France, Côte d'Azur, 230 SL, with reference to Vincent Van Gogh
- S-Class Coupé C 215, CL-Class, Series 215
- Béla Barényi, safety developer, vehicle safety
- Alex Iwan, column, 380 SLC
The Mercedes-Benz Classic magazine, which is published three times a year, puts the brand’s traditions and the unique history of Mercedes-Benz as the traditional automotive manufacturer worldwide in the spotlight.
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