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Mercedes will celebrate its 125th anniversary at Pebble Beach

in Auto
by Nicole
August 15, 2011 at 12:58 pm

The German company’s 125th anniversary will be celebrated with an exhibition of some of its most memorable cars.

This year, Mercedes-Benz turns 125 years of innovation and in order to mark this milestone the company will present an entire exhibition of historic models at Pebble Beach in California.

The models that Mercedes will showcase at the prestigious event will include 120 PS, a car built in 1906 by Wilhelm Maybach. The model was considered at that time one of the most advanced cars thanks to its six-cylinder engine and performance.

Another model is Blitzen Benz which made history as the first model able to exceed 200 km / h.

Another impressive piece is the 1928 SSK model. This is the last model designed by Ferdinand Porsche for Mercedes and it dominated the world of sports in the ’20s and ’30s.

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