Named after the one and only Sir Stirling Moss.

If you've seen a Mercedes-Benz SLR Stirling Moss in the flesh, consider yourself one of the lucky ones. With only 75 examples of this model ever built, they are a rarity in the world. Mercedes-Benz unveiled the SLR Stirling Moss back in 2009 as a car that would celebrate the 300 SLR Stirling Moss and Denis Jekinson drove to a record-breaking victory at the 1955 Mille Miglia. Devoid of the niceties you'd find in most cars, the SLR Stirling Moss was designed to provide an extremely enjoyable drive that was based around raw power and exquisite performance.

Right now, one extraordinary example of this supercar is being auctioned off through Sotheby's Sealed. With under 150 km clocked on its odometer since new, it's in absolutely pristine condition. Since being registered in Germany back in 2010, the current and single private owner of the vehicle has cared for it so that it can be presented in virtually as-new condition inside and out.

Being one of the most sought-after Mercedes of recent memory, this is a rare chance to get what could be one of the finest examples of the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Stirling Moss. The auction ends at 12pm EST, so act fast if you so happen to be interested.

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Source: RM Sotheby's