Classic Magazin 2011/1 (German)
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- AMG endurance racing and GT vehicles
- Buddhist monastery with vehicle collection, Bangkok
- Carrera Panamericana
- Iceland and classic autos
- Mille Miglia
- Benz Patent Motor Car, carriage, high-wheel bike, low-wheel bike
- SSKL (W 06 RS)
- 300d (W 189)
- 300 SL Roadster (W 198 II)
- 300 SEL 6.3 (W 109)
- 280 SLC (C 107)
- SLK-Class (R 170)
- LA 311 firefighting vehicle (1955), through Africa
- Rudolf Caracciola, racing driver
- Bernd Schneider, racing driver
- Gerhard Ungar, member of the Board of Management, HWA AG
- Alsace/France, in a 280 SLC (C 107)
- Engine block, professional inspection
- Design feature powerdomes in the SLK (R 170)
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