1936 Mercedes-Benz 500-Series
1934 Mercedes 500k Heritage Legacy. Factory built in 1988 on a new Dodge Dakota truck frame. Weighing almost 3000 pounds. It comes with a big 3.9 liter V6, automatic transmission, air conditioning, gray leather seats, suicide doors, tilt wheel & cruise control. Power brakes, steering, windows & locks. New wide white wall radial tires & newer black vinyl soft top. Most exterior bright work is highly polished stainless steel or chrome. Real wood steering wheel. Very rare model from the Heritage Motor Cars, Inc., in Miami Florida. this was not a kit car, but a factory built replica, with all brand new parts from its 1988 Dodge Dakota donor. The convertible top folds back out of sight, under a flip up tonneau cover just as on the originals, full leather interior with fold down arm rests, twin trumpet horns adorn the front end as well as center fog lamps, badge bar & twin side cowl lamps. 5 new wire hubcaps with Mercedes stars in each center cap. Wood grain dash & door inserts, stainless supercharger side pipes coming out of the 2-piece metal hood. 4" thick suicide doors, 195" long, 56" high, & 76" wide, with a large 11 cubic foot trunk, with rear mounted spare, air conditioning, AM-FM premium sound system, 14.3-gallon gas tank, stainless bumpers. 6 black face classic styled gauges, this is a rare model of the Heritage, since most are built from kits only. Originals are now around 8 million dollars, so these are very affordable. Very impressive car, showing very low miles!