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1957 Mercedes 300 SL Convertible

When most people think of the 300SL, they think of a 55' Silver Gull Wing, but my favorite is still the 57' convertible. At the time it was the fastest car in production and the first engine to feature direct fuel injection. This car could be ordered with all aluminum body panels (not just hood and doors) to reduce considerable wight for a considerable cost.

A big part of the appeal for a guy like myself (driver and tinker) is that Mercedes still produces parts for every car they make. This allows ownership of this beauty to be less about the choice of constant parts scavenging or displaying as a museum specimen and more about the choice of what direction to drive in.

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