A few months ago I checked a Mercedes-Benz 600 literally fit for a king. Today we have another 600 Pullman which doesn’t look to be outfitted for any royalty and/or dictator, but you probably need to be as rich as one to afford it. This 1969 for sale in Germany has gone through a total frame-off restoration and from the looks of it, could pass as a brand new car.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1969 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman on Hemmings
Model: 600 Pullman
Engine: 6.3 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
THE CAR OFFERED
This 1969 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman has been subject to a total restoration (“frame-off”) performed at the highest level.
Extensive photographic documentation of the work carried out is available.
Technically and visually presented in excellent condition for Concours judging or driving events.
The car comes with a one-year warranty, Daimler-Benz data card of first delivery, owner’s manual, service handbook as well as a value certificate condition grade “excellent”.
Matching number engine from first delivery.
The sales price includes free door-to-door-shipping (insured) to your desired address in the USA via sea freight and custom clearance (import taxes not included).
Air freight or delivery to any other destination in the world is available upon request.
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I wish I knew more about this specific car as I love diving into the histories of them. Almost every 600 ownership has a story behind it that ranges from wealthy industrialist to killed three million people and everywhere in between. Our friends at the International M100 Owners Group doesn’t have this car in their registry database and sadly I couldn’t find any records of it. The seller says they have the original data card but my attempts to gather information from them have been fruitless as usually people who sell cars in this price range don’t respond to those who simply write about them on the internet in their spare time.
This Pullman looks like the fairly standard configuration with a glass divider and rear mounted radio. The Mulberry leather and matching carpets is a combination I haven’t seen before and the white steering wheel also is new to me. The overall condition of this 600 is spectacular and it almost looks like a video game it is so perfect. I’m sure some creative editing with Photoshop did this car a favor and I usually like to see cars in ”real photos” not staged sets, but I have no reason to believe this car isn’t as perfect as it seems.
So how much is all this perfectness? A whopping $895,000. This is by far the most expensive 600 I’ve run across and it makes the $395,000 1970 Pullman seem like a bargain. I can probably understand why this car is so expensive. Once you factor in the original purchase price for this 600 pre-restoration, the materials and labor for the restoration job and combine those the amount of margin they needed to make this job worth it, almost $900,000 doesn’t seem outrageous from a math standpoint. But Mercedes lost money of the majority of these when they sold new. Otherwise they would have been asking something like $900,000 in 1969’s money — although I’m sure someone would be willing to pay it. I just think for this price, you can probably find a much cheaper 600 if you actually intend on using this car.
This was my “dream carriage” when I was in my teens. Back then, though the sticker price was $34,000, a huge sum back In those days.
Sad to say, but when I was 23, I actually DID have that much cash to pay for one, buy thought it wiser to invest in stocks and real estate. I should have simply followed my dream.
Indeed, God has a sense of humor!
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