In General

Nice Week, 25 to 29 March 1901. Baron Henri de Rothschild’s Mercedes 35 HP racing car in La Turbie after winning the Nice–La Turbie hill climb on 29 March 1901. At the wheel is Wilhelm Werner, who later became the German emperor’s driver.
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The SLC can do it: the eventual winners Hannu Mikkola / Arne Hertz (start number 6) with a Mercedes-Benz 450 SLC 5.0 rally car during the 11th Bandama Rally, Cote d’Ivoire, December 9 - 14, 1979.
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French Grand Prix in Reims, 4 July 1954. Later winner and 1954 Formula 1 World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio in a Mercedes-Benz Formula 1 W 196 R racing car with a streamlined body, start number 18.
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Reigning Formula 1 Champion Mika Häkkinen took the Championship yet again in 1999 in a McLaren-Mercedes MP4/14.
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Karl Kling (on the right) and Rainer Günzler (on the left) won the overall victory at the strenuous Africa rally Méditerranée–Le Cap in 1959 in the Mercedes-Benz 190 D (W 121).
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First competitive vehicle run from Paris to Rouen, 22 July 1894. Albert Lemaître's Peugeot (start number 65), on the left rear seat: Adolphe Clément. The Peugeot with an engine produced under a Daimler licence crossed the finishing line in second place but was the first car over the line with a combustion engine and so was awarded joint first prize with Panhard & Levassor.
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Theodor von Liebieg (centre) on a long-distance journey in 1894 with his Benz Victoria visiting Carl Benz (right) in Mannheim.
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The Benz Victoria owned and driven by Baron Theodor von Liebieg caused a sensation on his long-distance journey in 1894.
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Loyalty to the brand: The Benz Victoria (left) bought in 1893 and the last motorcar owned by Theodor von Liebieg, a Mercedes-Benz 540 K Cabriolet A.
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In 1899, Theodor von Liebieg won the first Austrian International Race in Vienna on the Trabrennplatz Rotunde circuit in a Benz 8 bhp.
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Illustrated diary of the long-distance journey by Baron Theodor von Liebieg with his Benz Victoria in 1894: Starting on 16 July 1894 in Reichenberg, Bohemia.
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Illustrated diary of the long-distance journey by Baron Theodor von Liebieg with his Benz Victoria in 1894. Before returning to Bohemia, a photo was taken in August 1894 with the Benz family.
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In June 1895, the town council of Reichenberg issued an operating permit for Theodor von Liebieg’s petrol-driven motor carriage, the Benz Victoria bought in 1893.
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Mercedes-Benz NECAR 1, 1994. The “New Electric Car” is the first fuel cell vehicle to work under everyday conditions. The drive system takes up the entire load compartment of the MB 100 van. Photo from the Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart.
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Customer magazine „Mercedes Classic“, issue 1/2019, on sale from 15 March 2019, title page. (german version)
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Customer magazine „Mercedes Classic“, issue 1/2019, on sale from 15 March 2019, title page.
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First issue of the “Daimler-Zeitung” published by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG), January 1919, title page.
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Customer magazine “Daimler-Zeitung” published by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG), Issue 4 from May/June 1919, advertisement on the back page.
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In 1965, Mercedes-Benz publishes a new employee magazine entitled “Information for Employees of Daimler-Benz AG”. In 1974, the title is modified to “Inside Daimler-Benz. Information for Employees of Daimler-Benz AG”. Title page of the first edition of 1965.
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Customer magazine  “Mercedes-Benz Classic”, first issue of 2002, title page.
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Customer magazine “Mercedes-Benz around the world”, Issue 29, title page.
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Customer magazine “Mercedes-Benz around the world”, Issue 40, title page.
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Advertisement for the www.mercedes-magazin.com website, 2008: “All on one page. Your Mercedes Magazine online. Register now for fascinating reports, exciting portraits – plus videos, podcasts and downloads: www.mercedes-magazin.com”.
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At the International Eifelrennen at the Nürburgring on 3 June 1934 the new Mercedes-Benz W 25 racing car starts for the first time. The unique success story of the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows begins with the win by Manfred von Brauchitsch.
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Mexican Grand Prix, 28 October 2018. Lewis Hamilton wins the Formula 1 World Championship ahead of time. The Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport team secures the 2018 Constructors’ World Championship two weeks later at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
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24 Stunden von Le Mans, 10. - 11.06.1989. Sauber-Mercedes Gruppe-C-Rennsportwagen C 9. Sieger: Jochen Mass / Manuel Reuter / Stanley Dickens (Startnummer 63).
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Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (W 198) at the 1000 Miglia 2018.
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Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR (W 196 S) at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018. Klaus Ludwig behind the wheel. Juan Manuel Fangio managed second place in such a vehicle at the legendary street race in 1955 – just behind his team colleague Stirling Moss.
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On 14 October 2018 Gary Paffett wins on the last run of the DTM season in Hockenheim and grabs the championship title
of the German Touring Car Masters 2018 (DTM) in a Mercedes-AMG C 63 DTM. In the last DTM year of Mercedes-Benz the brand from Stuttgart wins not only the drivers’ title, but also the team and manufacturers’ title.
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Spark plug holder from the tool kit of the Mercedes-Benz 198 model series (coupé and roadster), also suitable for other model series. It is available again as a genuine replacement part and can be obtained from any authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer via the Classic Center. The spark plug holder is manufactured from high-quality plastic with the help of 3D printing.
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Inside mirror base of the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (W 198  coupé and roadster). It is available again as a genuine replacement part and can be obtained from every authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer via the Classic Center. The mirror base is manufactured from an aluminium alloy with the help of 3D printing.
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Sliding sunroof rollers can be used for the both the W 110, W 111, W 112 model series and for the 123 model series.
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Spark plug holder from the tool kit of the Mercedes-Benz 198 model series (coupé and roadster), also suitable for other model series. It is available again as a genuine replacement part and can be obtained from any authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer via the Classic Center. The spark plug holder is manufactured from high-quality plastic with the help of 3D printing.
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Classic vehicle expertise of worldwide renown: the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center in Fellbach near Stuttgart opened its doors in Fellbach in 1993, though it was then named the Mercedes-Benz Oldtimer Center. Photo from 1993.
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Classic vehicle expertise of worldwide renown: the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center in Fellbach near Stuttgart opened its doors in Fellbach in 1993, though it was then named the Mercedes-Benz Oldtimer Center. Photo from 2005.
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The expertise of the former Mercedes-Benz Museum workshop was also incorporated into the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center in Fellbach founded in 1993. Photo from 1989.
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Mille Miglia 2017. Stage from Brescia to Padua, 18 May 2017. The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center caring for a 300 SL “Gullwing”.
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The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center team during a pit stop made by a supercharged Mercedes-Benz touring sports car.
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Mercedes-Benz genuine replacement parts for the 300 SL “Gullwing” (W 198, 1954 to 1957). Reproduction of metal body parts in accordance with the high factory standards of Daimler AG. The photo shows the dimensional inspection at the aperture for the headlamp.
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Mercedes-Benz genuine replacement parts for the 300 SL “Gullwing” (W 198, 1954 to 1957). Reproduction of metal body parts in accordance with the high factory standards of Daimler AG. The photo shows the inspection of the curved section of the boot: the Mercedes star is flush with the surface.
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