Tour around town in this stylish, replica 1936 Mercedes Benz 540K. THIS IS NOT A KIT CAR! It was factory built in 1984 and first titled in 1990 by Thoroughbred Motor Coach of Mt. Dora, FL. This Benz has it all. Thoroughbred used it as it’s show car until it was titled and sold to the Charles R Wood Classic Auto Museum which is now owned by Six Flags, NY. Dressed in a high gloss metallic midnight blue paint job, it has a black hard top which is easily removable in two different sections. A rare four-seater, you will thrill to the feel of the Nardi-signed wood steering wheel, the look of the classic Benz gauges, the 6 real wire wheels including 2 covered side mounted spares. At 15’ long, 67” wide, 58’” high with a 120” wheelbase and 8” road clearance, 14 cubic feet of luggage space and a peppy 6 cylinder engine, this beauty will get you where you want to go in style. The 10 Mercedes emblems, 4 trumpet horns, suicide doors, light grey interior, wood dash, landau bars, body side trim, center fog lamp and other amenities make this detailed replica almost indistinguishable from the original which sold at Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance car show for $11.8 Million. Paperwork from all previous owners is available to verify mileage.
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