Mercedes-Benz – 300C Berlina Allungata

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Vehicle Overview

On commission from the King of Saudi Arabia, in 1956 the Ghia produced two almost identical cars, a Cabriolet and a Sedan, on the MB 300C chassis (W186 IV) of the “Adenauer” series. These two cars were the subject of an article in “Quattroruote” of May 1957, entitled “The King of Arabia changes cars”. The Cabriolet was medina red with an ivory band, ivory leather interiors with a black upper and lower band; the sedan was green with a silver band, black interior for the front seat and ivory for the rear seat. Subsequently, in Arabia the King had the color of the cars changed, making the cabrio painted black and metallic silver gray, with a black band, the sedan. The latter, after having landed in California in the late 1960s, returned to Italy in 2009, where it underwent a total conservative restoration.

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  • Registered
    1956
  • Make
    Mercedes-Benz
  • Model
    300C Berlina Allungata
  • Coachbuilder
    Ghia
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