1972 Mercedes-Benz 600 Limousine with it’s original and rebuilt 6.3 V8 engine, rare factory BEHR air conditioning and sliding sunroof and original ‘Cognac’ leather interior! The 600 series was built by Mercedes from 1963-1981 and was one of the lowest production Mercedes-Benz car’s ever built post 1950 with only 2,190 ‘600’ 5/6 passenger SWB limousines (of which only 714 were built for the US) and only 487 ‘600 Pullman’ 7/8 passenger LWB models built (with only 99 built for the US) and 59 ‘Laundelet’ versions. In 1972 only 172 Limousines were built in total and 38 Pullmans. Supremely fast, legendary race driver Stirling Moss famously drove a 600 around the ‘Brands Hatch’ racing circuit in southern England with six passengers aboard and came within 5 seconds of the lap record for sedans!

Torrance, California, United States