Buy used 1994 MercedesBenz E420 E320 W125 300E 400E E 420 E…

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 16 Мар 2015 | no comments yet »
Buy used 1994 MercedesBenz E420 E320 W125 300E 400E E 420 E…

Drivetrain The E420 derives its power from a 4.2-liter version of Mercedes venerable M119 V-8 engine. This naturally aspirated power-plant has a 32-valve DOHC design with a 3.62-inch bore, 3.11-inch stroke and a compression ratio of 11 to 1. This German-engineered and produced engine generates 275 hp at 5,700 rpm and 295 foot-pounds of torque at 3,900 rpm. Mercedes pairs this motor to a four-speed automatic gearbox and does not offer a manual transmission in this model. Interior Dimensions The Mercedes E420 cabin offers seating for five people. Occupants of this mid-size sedan’s front seats are treated to 36.9 inches of headroom, 41.7 inches of legroom, 55.9 inches of shoulder room ...

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MercedesBenz W125

MercedesBenz W125

1937 Mercedes-Benz W125 Gallery Images more gallery images For the 1937 season, Mercedes-Benz developed a new racing car, the W 125. It was one of the fastest most powerful grand prix cars manufactured. It reached the tremendous speed of 193 mph on the SPA circuit. The results list for the 1937 season testify to the almost total dominance of the W 125: Victories in the Grand Prix in Tripoli and the Avus Race, double victories in the Grands Prix in Germany, Italy and Brinn, triple victories in the Grands Prix in Monaco and Switzerland. The W125 served as a replacement to the highly sucessfull W25 and the last Mercedes-Benz to comply with 750 kg formula regulations. Design elements were ...

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Mercedes Monaco Grand Prix

Mercedes Monaco Grand Prix

One of the early drivers for Mercedes in the twenties was Alfred Neubauer . who very soon became the well known team manager for the make. The early racing models were designed by Dr. Porsche. In 1924 Mercedes won the Targa Florio, which was the beginning of a long list of victories with the young Caracciola. In 1926 Neubauer invented the first signalisation system to communicate with drivers during a race. In 1930 Daimler-Benz officially stopped racing as a result of the economic situation in the world. A deal with Rudi Caracciola. who had to buy his own car, enabled a small Mercedes Team to continue racing and winning the Mille Miglia in 1931. With the new FISA rules of 1932, the 750kg ...

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Mercedes W125 Silver star Telegraph

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 16 Фев 2015 | no comments yet »
Mercedes W125 Silver star Telegraph

Mercedes W125: Silver star It took 40 years and turbo technology for any other Formula One racer to match the power of the 1937 Mercedes-Benz W125, seen by many as the greatest grand prix car ever built. The racing rule-makers of the day had made a mistake, thinking their imposed maximum weight limit of 750kg (1,653lb) would keep power and speed within reasonable bounds. They had no idea that German engineers had the ability to design a chassis that could cope with more than 600bhp, let alone a 5.6-litre supercharged straight-eight engine that produced such power. But the engineers did exactly that, and this is the actual car driven by Britain’s ace grand prix driver of the era, Dick ...

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Take a step back in time with the MercedesBenz W125 Grand Prix Car

Take a step back in time with the MercedesBenz W125 Grand Prix Car

Take a step back in time with the Mercedes-Benz W125 Grand Prix Car The legend that won 1937. Mercedes -Benz has enjoyed a long history of racing success. In the late 1930s, the German automaker began to lose some ground to competitors such as Auto Union. That all changed with the introduction of the Mercedes-Benz W125 Grand Prix car that made its debut on May 9th, 1937 at the Tripoli Grand Prix, when Herman Lang drove the new car to victory. The Mercedes-Benz W125 was a revolutionary race car that is regarded as the “ultimate race car of 1937.” The entire car was designed from scratch with much of the engineering coming from Rudolf Uhlenhaut, the Chief Engineer of the Mercedes-Benz ...

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Mercedes Benz Auto Parts For Sale Forums

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 31 Янв 2015 | no comments yet »
Mercedes Benz Auto Parts For Sale Forums

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MercedesBenz World Speed Record Stands for 75 Years Photo Gallery…

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MercedesBenz World Speed Record Stands for 75 Years Photo Gallery…

Mercedes-Benz World Speed Record Stands for 75 Years On January 28, 1938, the Mercedes-Benz W 125 car set a world speed record going 268 mph on a public road by Jim Davis | 23 January 2013 View the photo gallery On January 28, 1938, the Mercedes-Benz W 125 car set a world speed record on a public road, a record which still stands to this day. With a speed of 268.8 mph (432.7 km/h) and Rudolf Caracciola as pilot, the W125 went down in history books. The original vehicle can now be seen showcased at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Suttgart. “Time and again our visitors talk about the spectacular presentation of the Mercedes-Benz W 125 record-breaking car, which is hanging on a vertical wall. ...

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Mercedes Survivors

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 15 Янв 2015 | no comments yet »
Mercedes Survivors

The Mercedes Benz Survivors Mercedes was more fortunate than Auto Union in terms of cars that have survived. With foresight the cars were split up and stored in several different locations before the war ended. In addition, Mercedes is located in Stuttgart which was in the US occupation zone. As a result their cars stood a better chance of being retained as opposed to being sequestered in the bowels of some warehouse used to house war reparation material. The Mercedes Silver Arrow cars owned by collectors, museums and the factory are summarized below. The W25 Cars of 1934, 1935 and 1936 – Four cars from this era survive and all are owned by the factory. Car 6 (chassis 105196) is in Mercedes ...

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CARS (PART 9)

CARS (PART 9)

Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft, Untertьrkheim, Stuttgart In 1883 Karl Benz founded the Benz Co Rheinishe Gasmotoren Fabrik in Mannheim and three years later the first Benz cars were seen on the roads. Gottlieb Daimler had built engines since 1882 and 1890 he and Max von Duttenhofer founded Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft to deliver car engines to Panhard et Levassor and Peugeot. Both companies grew and were among the earliest competitors in car racing. The Austrian businessman Emil Jellinek became interested and ordered two cars from Daimler. Soon Jellinek became the prime reseller of Daimler cars. When Daimler died in 1900 von Duttenhofer continued leading the company with the brilliant Wilhelm ...

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