Seeing a 1624 loaded with two 123s and two 126s is like time-warp back to the early 1980s.
The Mercedes-Benz w123 was presented to the press 40 years ago this month. For us, it’s the chance to look back on nearly a decade of w123 ownership.
The 260D was introduced in at the 1936 Berlin Auto Show with a 44-horsepower four-cylinder engine.
The Messwagen is a 300 that was converted from a sedan to a station wagon in order to carry bulky testing equipment.
This 200D is surprisingly well preserved for a car that’s presumably lived through nearly five decades of Swedish winters.
Too expensive, not powerful enough and not very well suited to the AMG image, all three variants of the C30 CDI AMG were phased out in 2004.
The E55 is the the most common AMG-tuned w210 by a long shot.
This time capsule of a taxi has only covered 56,000 miles.
This 300 SL took first in its class in the 1955 edition of the Mille Miglia.
What do you think, will we admire the G500 4×4² in 30 years the way we drool over older Gs today or will time not be kind to it?