The Mercedes 600, presented in 1963, renewed the tradition of the official cars inaugurated in the thirties with the 770. Guessed by a cocktail of luxury and technical audacity, the 600 remained in the catalog for almost twenty years, forever tying its history to that of the most powerful in the world: heads of state, popes, stars and extravagant personalities. Produced in various configurations, including the 6.42 meter long Pullman Limousine, the 600 was equipped with a 6330cc V8 and 250 horsepower. 2677 copies were produced. By David Tarallo.
- Hand-built with more than 1230 parts
- Six functional doors with working exterior handles
- Opening/closing bonnet and boot
- Highly detailed replication of the V8 engine, including ancillaries
- Accurate replication of the subframe and reinforcement
- Two forward-facing foldable seats and folding armrest
- Functional sun visors
- Removable wheels, each mounted with five screws.
- Detailed interior with authentic leather upolstery and wooden embellishments
- Central partition window separating the cockpit from the cabin
- Curtains on the rear windows
- Retractable antenna
- Screw-on flag poles
- Toolbox containing a wheel-mounting tool, hubcaps, door opener, flag poles