Most common eras
DD Classics
97 - 101 North Road, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4HJ

Tel:  02080334910
Visit WebsiteCar & Classic Enhanced Trader
LIVE adverts (80)

1965 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman (LHD) For Sale

A timeless statement of luxury. One of 428 Pullman Limousines built. One of 304 four-door pullmans produced. 16,034 miles. Totally restored This rare Pullman example was first registered in the UK on 1st April 2014 and has had only one owner since then. In 2015 it was totally restored by recognised marque specialists Cardock Classics of Kildare, Republic of Ireland, a company that adheres to the laudable ‘restore where possible, replace if required’ philosophy. In Cardock’s own words: “Ideally all of our restored cars will be identical to the original artefact that came off the production line. We tend to avoid partial restoration work as this is not the ideal way to approach classic car ownership”. Works carried out include a total disassembly of the body; stripping the body to bare metal and a full repaint; re-chroming all exterior brightwork; new interior leather and carpets throughout; full restoration of all woodwork; and a full mechanical rebuild of the engine, fuel system, and hydraulic system. Along with a photographic record of the restoration process, an 11-page report of all work carried out on the Pullman totalling €330,000 is available on file. Last MoT’d in July 2015 at 15,228 miles, it currently displays a total of 16,034 miles on the odometer. An excellent example of a prestige model from a prestige manufacturer, and one that is now quite rare. “In an age when flaunting your wealth wasn’t a crime, the 600 was the automotive equivalent of Monaco. It’s a masterpiece of engineering, a quantum leap over its opposition, and redefines the word opulence.” – Classic & Sportscar magazine. By the commencement of the 1960s, Mercedes-Benz’s ever-expanding model range was lacking in only one department: a super prestige saloon to rival the Grosser Mercedes of the past. This gap was filled in September 1963 with the appearance at the Frankfurt International Motor Show of the all-new 600. Representing state-of-the-art automotive engineering in just about every department, the supremely well-equipped newcomer featured an overhead-camshaft, fuel-injected, 6.3-litre V8 engine – Mercedes’ first – air suspension with variable ride control, four-speed automatic transmission, all-round disc brakes, power-assisted steering, central locking and separate air conditioning systems for front and rear compartments. Its cosseted occupants enjoyed the advantages conferred by multi-way adjustable seating powered by a sophisticated system of hydraulics that also operated the windows and assisted in opening/closing the doors and boot lid. Natural successor to the Mercedes-Benz 300 ‘Adenauer’ limousine, its only credible rival was the Rolls-Royce Phantom V. The most popular version was the 3,200mm (10? 6?) wheelbase saloon that could seat up to six passengers, while the long-wheelbase Pullman limousine – a veritable leviathan exceeding 20? in length and beloved of Heads of State, not to mention a succession of Popes – could accommodate up to eight. Despite its not inconsiderable weight, the 600 was endowed with highly respectable performance, reaching 100km/h in a little under 10 seconds and exceeding 200km/h flat out. Only 2,677 examples were made, of which 2,190 were four-door saloons, 428 were Pullman limousines, and 59 were landaulettes. Now available for viewing at the DD Classics Dealership in London, please call to book an appointment. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.
This advert has now been removed through sale or otherwise, please see the list below for similar live adverts
Year Make Description Price
1989 Mercedes 1989 Sauber Mercedes C9 Group C For Sale £1,800,000
1963 Mercedes 1963 Mercedes Benz 300 SL Roadster For Sale £1,400,000
1936 Mercedes 1936 Mercedes 500K roadster For Sale £1,280,000
1959 Mercedes 1959 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster For Sale by Auction £1,050,000
1957 Mercedes 1957 Mercedes Benz 300SL Roadster 1957 For Sale £899,995
1960 Mercedes 1960 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster For Sale £895,000
1957 Mercedes 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster LHD For Sale £889,000
1935 Mercedes 1935 Mercedes 500 k Cabriolet CvB For Sale £750,000
2009 Mercedes 2009 MERCEDES SLR 722S MCLAREN For Sale £699,000
1970 Mercedes 1970 280 SE W111 Concourse Restored - Collector's item For Sale £570,000
1971 Mercedes 1971 Superb example of a Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman For Sale £495,000
1939 Mercedes 1939 Mercedes 320 Cabriolet A. For Sale £460,000
2007 Mercedes 2007 SLR 722s McLaren Stunning one off. For Sale £325,000
2014 Mercedes 2014 Mercedes SLS AMG GT Final Edition For Sale £325,000
2014 Mercedes 2014 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series For Sale £317,640
2013 Mercedes 2013 Mercedes Brabus 800 1 of 1 RHD ever made. For Sale £300,000
2007 Mercedes 2007 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren McLaren Edition Limited MSO For Sale £299,995
1970 Mercedes 1970 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SE CABRIOLET AUTO LHD (FLOORSHIFT) For Sale £295,000
2008 Mercedes 2008 Mercedes SLR McLaren Roadster For Sale £285,000
1908 Mercedes 1908 Mercedes Simplex 6 litre Rennwagen For Sale £280,000
1937 Mercedes 1937 “Indiana Jones” Mercedes-Benz 320 Staff Car Paramount For Sale by Auction £250,000
2018 Mercedes 2018 Ex Strakka Racing Mercedes Benz AMG GT3 2018 For Sale £250,000
1967 Mercedes 1967 The best Pagoda anywhere. Mercedes 250SL W113 5 speed. For Sale £250,000
1970 Mercedes 1970 Mercedes 280 SE 3.5 Cabriolet For Sale £249,995
2005 Mercedes 2005 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren (LHD) For Sale £235,000