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First exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1951, the 1953 Mercedes Benz 300S was designed for the discerning sports car enthusiast who appreciated the luxurious styling, unparalleled craftsmanship, and advanced technology. The Mercedes 300S set new standards of excellence far and above contemporary cars of its day. Similar to many of the other Mercedes lines, the 1953 Mercedes S was available as a Coupe, a Roadster, or as a Cabriolet. Each was hand-finished to exacting standards and both the interior and exterior fittings were of only the finest materials. The dashboard, for example, was handcrafted out of Carpathian burled elm wood. Luxurious pile carpet was also used throughout, while top-of-the-line leather found its way throughout the cabin. Interestingly, one of the most notable options for the 1953 Mercedes 300S was the custom fitted personal luggage, which could be found between two spare tires in the trunk
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The 1953 Mercedes Benz 300S was renowned for combining old world charm with stunning craftsmanship and classic styling. With a staggering price tag for the time, roughly $12,500, the Mercedes 300S was the most expensive car of its day. It is no wonder why so many of its owners were dignitaries, celebrities, or well-heeled professionals. Some of the most notable owners of the 300S were Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, Cary Grand, the Prime Minister of Thailand, the King of Jordan, and Errol Flynn, to name just a few. If you're searching for 1953 Mercedes Benz 300S Buyer's Tips, you've come to the right place. The experts at The Beverly Hills Car Club, perhaps the most renowned California classic car dealership in the country, would be happy to provide you with a few things to remember. As with all classic cars, it is imperative to check for rust and completeness, as parts and repairs can be costly for these cars. Additionally, you will want to ensure the model you are looking at is original, specifically, that a coupe version has not been cut down to make a more sought-after cabriolet.
For more information or to learn more about the 1953 Mercedes Benz 300S, please do not hesitate to contact the LA classic car dealership professionals at The Beverly Hills Car Club. They look forward to hearing from you soon and to helping you find a 300S for your collection.
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