Classic

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    Mercedes-Benz Classic calendar 2019, cover: Mercedes-Benz C 111 in Amsterdam.
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    Mercedes-Benz Classic calendar 2019, subject of April: 
Mercedes-Benz Concept EQ and Mercedes-Simplex 40 PS in California.
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    Mercedes-Benz Classic calendar 2019, subject of May:
Mercedes-Benz 300 SL „Gullwing“ at the 1000 Miglia in Italy.
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    Mercedes-Benz Classic calendar 2019, subject of June:
Mercedes-Benz SL (model series R 129) at Cars & Coffee around the Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart.
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    Mercedes-Benz Classic calendar 2019, subject of August:
Mercedes-Benz 300 SL „Gullwing“ at the Silvretta Classic Rallye Montafon.
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    Mercedes-Benz Classic calendar 2019, subject of September:
Formula-1- racecar Mercedes-Benz W 196 R in Zandvoort.
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    Mercedes-Benz Classic calendar 2019, subject of December:
silverarrows from eight decades in the „holy halls“, the company-owned vehicle collection.
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    In June 1996 the C 36 AMG was used as the Safety Car. The performance brand from Affalterbach provides all the official safety cars for Formula 1 to this day.
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    Mercedes-Benz C 36 AMG from model series 202, production period 1993 to 1997. Exterior, driving shot from rear left. Photo from 1993.
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    Mercedes-Benz C 36 AMG from model series 202, production period 1993 to 1997. Exterior, driving shot from front left. Photo from 1993.
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    Mercedes-Benz C 36 AMG from model series 202, production period 1993 to 1997. Cockpit. Photo from 1993.
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    Mercedes-Benz C 36 AMG from model series 202, production period 1993 to 1997. View onto the 204 kW (280 hp) 3.6 l, six-cylinder engine from model series M 104. Photo from 1993.
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    Mercedes-Benz C 36 AMG from model series 202, production period 1993 to 1997. Exterior shot of the driver's side. Photo from 1993.
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    Benz patent motor car from 1886 (replica). On 29 January 1886, Carl Benz applied for a patent on his "gas-powered vehicle".
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    Motorcade in 1952; the VfB team is welcomed by rejoicing fans in Bad Cannstatt.
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    Red-white birthday car: Mercedes-Benz G-Class with club mascot “Fritzle” to mark 125 years of VfB Stuttgart 1893 e.V.
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    The Mercedes-Benz C 63 DTM (2017) is one of the exhibits at the special exhibition “125 Years of VfB Stuttgart 1893 e.V.” at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. The exhibition runs from 9 September 2018 until 2 April 2019.
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    Eldest photograph of the FV Stuttgart 1893, the previous club founded in 1897, photograph taken in 1900, Copyright VfB Stuttgart.
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    Kronenclub Cannstatt, previous club of the VfB, founded in 1897, photograph taken in 1900, Copyright VfB Stuttgart.
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    Eldest team photograph of the VfB Stuttgart with breast ring, photograph taken in 1925, Copyright VfB Stuttgart.
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    Motorcade in 1952; the VfB team is welcomed by rejoicing fans in Bad Cannstatt. Copyright VfB Stuttgart.
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    Mercedes-Benz 240 D “Stroke Eight” Pickup, photo from Classic Days Schloss Dyck 2018.
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    Mercedes-Benz E 500 Limited (W 124).
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    Mercedes-Benz 280 SL “Pagoda” from the 113 series.
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    On 28 January 1938, the Mercedes-Benz W 125 twelve-cylinder record-breaking car set the world speed record on public roads, a record that was to stand until 2017: Rudolf Caracciola reached a speed of 432.7 km/h. The original body is impressively exhibited in the Mercedes-Benz Museum as part of the record cars exhibition in Legend Room 7, “Silver Arrows – Races & Records”.
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    Mercedes-Benz 500 K Special Roadster (W 29), exhibited at the 1936 International Motor Show in Berlin.
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    Mercedes-Benz 500 K Special Roadster (W 29), 1934.
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    Mercedes-Benz W 125 twelve-cylinder record-breaking car, with Rudolf Caracciola at the wheel. Record run on 28 January 1938 on the autobahn between Frankfurt am Main and Darmstadt, during which Caracciola recorded a speed of 432.7 km/h on a public road.
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    Monja Büdke, member of the board of management of the Mercedes-Benz Museum, welcomed visitors from Guyana and from St Kitts and Nevis on 22 August 2018. People from each of the 193 United Nations member states have now visited the museum in Stuttgart.
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    The flags of the seven countries that have been added to the Mercedes-Benz Museum’s visitor statistics since February 2017: Benin, Botswana, Guyana, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, St Kitts and Nevis as well as Suriname.
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    ABS testing at the Stuttgart-Untertürkheim plant of Daimler-Benz AG with an S-Class saloon (model series 116). Under braking when cornering, the anti-lock braking system maintains driving stability and steerability, provided the physically possible cornering speed has not already been exceeded.
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    Jointly developed by Mercedes-Benz and Bosch and unveiled in 1978, the anti-lock braking system (ABS) was an addition to the conventional braking system, consisting in particular of speed sensors on both front wheels (1) and on the rear-axle drive pinion (4), an electronic control unit (2) and a hydraulic unit (3).
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    Klemm-Daimler L 20 light aircraft in the Mercedes-Benz Museum, Legends Room 3: Upheavals – Diesel and Compressor. An exact replica of the “Kamerad” aeroplane is built in 1980 for presentation in the museum based on original documents of Baron Koenig-Warthausen.
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    Klemm-Daimler L 20 light aircraft in the Mercedes-Benz Museum, Legends Room 3: Upheavals – Diesel and Compressor. An exact replica of the “Kamerad” aeroplane is built in 1980 for presentation in the museum based on original documents of Baron Koenig-Warthausen.
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    Baron von Koenig-Warthausen in front of his Klemm-Daimler L 20 "Kamerad" light aircraft. The pilot flies around the world from 1928 to 1929 with this aircraft. He wins the 1928 Hindenburg Trophy for his leg from Berlin via Moscow to Tehran.
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    Klemm-Daimler L 20 light aircraft over Sindelfingen. Pictured on the left the road to Leonberg, on the right today’s road to the hospital, at the centre the Herrenwäldlesberg. Photo from 1928.
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    Aircraft designer Hanns Klemm (right) in front of one his aeroplanes, around 1920.
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    SCHÖNE STERNE® festival centred on the Mercedes-Benz brand at LWL Industrial Museum Henrichshütte in Hattingen. View of the event grounds. Photo from 2017.
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    SCHÖNE STERNE® festival centred on the Mercedes-Benz brand at LWL Industrial Museum Henrichshütte in Hattingen. View of the event grounds. Photo from 2017.
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    From July 2018, groups from day nurseries and kindergartens are able to explore the permanent exhibition of the history of mobility in the Mercedes-Benz Museum in a new way with Museum cases.
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