In 1954, Mercedes Benz introduced a two-seater, closed sports car with distinctive gull-wing doors known as the 300SL. It was the fastest production car of its day. The car was based on the company’s very successful competition-only sports car of 952, a carbureted 300SL (W194). The road model was intended for post-war, American market consumers and was only available from March 1955 – 1957. The following video combines appreciation and respect for machine and owner. Appreciate it and learn. It’s truly poetry in motion.
Does this object make life better?