Classic Magazin 2019/1 (German) printed version
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- Warm-up 80th Mercedes-Benz Brand Club in Kenya. A G-Model in the living room
- Unique: advertising poster “The lady wears Benz” from 1921
- 5,000th member of the R/C 107 SL Club
- 14,000 km of highs. A W 115, a W 113 and a G-Model take the Silk Road to the South China Sea
- Huang’s dream. Visit to the home of China’s classic vehicle enthusiast extraordinaire in the megacity Chengdu, W 136, W 121, W 180
- A hero! In his W 120 Dietrich Rohrbeck drove people from the former GDR to freedom in the West
- Very sporty. Celebrating 125 years of motorsport: what did the Mercedes-Benz racing idols wear at the wheel?
- Sunbound. Classico enthusiasts get close to the sun in Ecuador. W 121, R 107, C 123
- Photo finish. Our series concludes with some shots of selected gems from the Mercedes-Benz vehicle collection. W 194, W 198 II, C 111
- Buyers’ guide: the W 126 Lighter and more restrained: a new start for the S-Class in 1979
- Classics of the future, 168
- Rustic ride. Emotional encounter for three Unimog enthusiasts in southern Germany, U 411, U 421,
- Marketplace: The top classics from Mercedes-Benz, W 111, W 120, W 123, W 128, W 186
- Ask Dr Giesefeld
The Mercedes-Benz Classic magazine, which is published three times a year, puts the brand’s traditions and the unique history of Mercedes-Benz as the traditional automotive manufacturer worldwide in the spotlight.
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