1941 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet D
This 1941 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet D is an excellent original example that's been patiently awaiting straightforward restoration. Burgundy with tan leather interior. It comes complete and ready to finish assembling. Just out of long-term ownership and storage. Restoration was started but left to be completed by its next loving owner. Mercedes-Benz’s luxurious 320 series was introduced in 1936 as a replacement for the 290. Most 320s were completed with rather formal coachwork but this example is fitted with the more-unusual four-door Cabriolet ‘D’ body with two-panel opening vee windscreen and doors hinged at the center pillar. Stylish and imposing, the 320 Cabriolet ‘D’ had few peers as an example of open-top motoring in the grand manner, affording its fortunate owners 500K style but without the latter’s considerable purchase and running costs. This particular example represents an exciting opportunity for it's next caretaker. The ideal project, this extremely collectible and desirable 320 Cab D is not to be overlooked by any Mercedes-Benz enthusiast.