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1963 Mercedes-Benz 600 W100

Sixty years ago, Mercedes-Benz launched the ultimate luxury saloon. Today, we drive one and meet the men who sold, serviced and restored the 600s of the Sixties’ glitterati.

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1984 Mercedes-Benz 500SEL AMG V126

From Minis to McLaren F1s, George Harrison proved himself a petrolhead – but the car that held his interest longest was this AMG-styled Mercedes-Benz 500SEL V126. We take it for a drive to find out why.

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320bhp M116 '350' V8 engined 1964 Mercedes-Benz 230SL Automatic W113 Pagoda

Surrounded by V8s in his youth, Aussie Peter Ross never let go of the dream of ownership and a clapped-out 230SL Pagoda W113 presented the perfect opportunity to fulfill an ambition in his retirement.

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Muscle car fan Jeff Wu Rally lookalike 1960 Mercedes-Benz 230S W111 with 5.0 V8

The driver Muscle car fan Jeff Wu turns an unsuspecting 230S into a V8-powered rally lookalike. In the tradition and spirit of American hot rodding (and the legendary 300SEL 6.3), Jeff Wu has built a special W111 230S with V8 powerplant

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1972 Mercedes-Benz 280S W116 vs. 1980 Mercedes-Benz 450SEL Automatic V116

Marking 50 years since the launch of the 116-series S-Class with help from two keen owners. Half a century after their grand debut, the 116-series Mercedes-Benz S-Classes remain highly impressive limousines, combining breathtaking sophistication with self-assured looks and effortless performance – characteristics that are serving them well in today’s collector market.

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A rare UK-spec 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Speedster

Porsche Speedsters have provided a positive twist on the ‘more for less’ concept for almost seven decades, beginning with the 356 in 1954 and taking in various generations of 911, including the Carrera 3.2...

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1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

Bill Collins bought his 250 Lusso five decades ago and has cherished it ever since. Robert Coucher finds out more about its celebrity connections.

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The oldest surviving Jaguar - 1936 SS 2.5 Litre Saloon

Even in dirty, pale-yellow primer and shorn of wings, bonnet, grille and glass, you can admire the elegant lines of this sports saloon. The low roofline, the elliptical slot of a rear window and the hint of a gracefully long bonnet implied by the distance between the front door and front axle suggest a car whose lines would have been a cut above those of most cars on the roads back in 1936.

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George Harrison’s 1980 Porsche 928S

Baby You Can Drive My Car — A post-£106k-resto drive in George Harrison’s Porsche 928S. We take the ex-George Harrison Porsche 928S, fresh from a £106,000 restoration, for its first shakedown

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