Have you ever visited a museum and wondered what the price tag for one of the items displayed might be? Whether it’s a painting, dinosaur fossil or a classic car, the question always remains. Now, Mercedes-Benz Museum is not only willing to give you a price, they are actually selling classic cars from the museum itself.
In a press release published today by the German automaker, Mercedes-Benz outlined the selling of cars from all periods. These cars are known as the “All Time Stars” and you can actually view them all at alltime-stars.com. The cars up for sale range from a 1929 Type 630 Kompressor to a newer 1995 E 320 Convertible.
Mercedes is also offering the cars in three different editions: Premium Edition, Collectors Edition and Drivers Edition.
Premium Editions are models that are rare, in original condition and only have a few miles clocked. These can also be models that have been restored by Mercedes-Benz Classic.
Collectors Editions are cars that are both visually and mechanically sound. Mercedes notes that “their patina gives them a particularly special character.”
Drivers Editions are vehicles that are best suited for daily driving or for “tinkering.” The internals of these cars are expected to be in great condition, but could use further restoration overall.
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