1960 Mercedes-Benz 300d "Adenauer" sedan. At the time this was the flagship model of the Mercedes-Benz line and a cousin to the 300s and 300sl. This car features a unique pillarless design with removable rear quarter windows. It has a fuel injected engine, power steering and an automatic transmission and is a lovely car to drive. Over the past several years quite a bit of work has been done on the car including a bare metal repaint. The previous owner had the injection pump and fuel system overhauled. Much of the interior has been redone recently including woodwork, new window seals and new headliner. The Becker Mexico radio is present. The car runs nicely, but does run rich. This car is registered and has a clean Vermont title.