All an era!

Jan 01, 2021,23:16 PM
 

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A nice photo of a Mercedes 280SL Aka Pagoda.

 
 By: amanico : January 1st, 2021-11:42
A cult, an icon and a hell of a nice car... Enjoy, Nicolas ...  

The most beautiful SL ever

 
 By: India Whiskey Charlie : January 1st, 2021-11:46
Interesting that it's a US version British (?) plates.

+1

 
 By: Gelato Monster : January 1st, 2021-17:02

;)

 
 By: amanico : January 1st, 2021-23:17

What a beautiful Pagoda....

 
 By: APOD : January 1st, 2021-11:58
Love the colour on this as well. Personally I find the Euro version of the bumper and headlights more to my taste as well.

No doubt...

 
 By: India Whiskey Charlie : January 1st, 2021-12:27
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Perfect!

 
 By: amanico : January 1st, 2021-13:04

Same here.

 
 By: amanico : January 1st, 2021-13:04

Ouch!!!

 
 By: amanico : January 2nd, 2021-03:39

This was in the 1990’s!

 
 By: nasseriq : January 2nd, 2021-04:40

I try to be sweet so I never take sugar 😉

 
 By: Mike H : January 2nd, 2021-00:45
But the Pagoda any time

Hahaha.... ;)

 
 By: amanico : January 2nd, 2021-03:38

Yes, here I agree.

 
 By: amanico : January 1st, 2021-23:15

A thing of beauty :)

 
 By: nacelle : January 1st, 2021-15:01

To say the least.

 
 By: amanico : January 1st, 2021-23:15

Haaaaaa, the good old days!

 
 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : January 1st, 2021-16:48

All an era!

 
 By: amanico : January 1st, 2021-23:16

Have to share my ‘66 with you all...

 
 By: Jim14 : January 1st, 2021-17:49
(European delivery with 4-speed) ...  

My 1967 250 says hello!

 
 By: cfnissen : January 2nd, 2021-13:45
Aaaand a few watch-related pictures. Claus ...  

Yes! 1967 all the way

 
 By: cfnissen : January 5th, 2021-20:44
Hi Amanico, I can confirm that my Polaris is a 1967 model as well, as you can see on the picture. The note was the feedback from a verification done by the Manufacture during a visit in 2018 So in that way, it’s a full 1967 set - the Pagoda and the Polari...  

I have to stop and think every time I read the note.

 
 By: cfnissen : January 6th, 2021-08:05
I believe the large number and the year refers to the caliber 825 and not the reference E859 (Polaris).

And they actually add ‘date de sortie de la montre juin 1967}’ below...

 
 By: cfnissen : January 6th, 2021-08:07
which translates into production date of the watch, June 1967, if my French language skills serve me correctly.

Here’s the inside view

 
 By: cfnissen : January 6th, 2021-11:19
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‘65 230 checking in...

 
 By: pplater : January 5th, 2021-22:59
Cheers, pplater. ...  

...and you, Nico...

 
 By: pplater : January 5th, 2021-23:21
Watching out for the quarter million post! Cheers, pplater.

And hello from another 67 250sl

 
 By: carl : January 14th, 2021-10:29
This was taken in Greece a few years ago. A vintage get together. Four Mercedes SL in this shot. They are such reliable cars. Took mine on a European tour a couple of years ago. It’s now in having a frame off restoration. ...  

Mine is the silver black.

 
 By: carl : January 14th, 2021-16:26
Although I am rather partial to the silver red combination... I took the Greek picture as I was contemplating changing the paint during the restoration - I ultimately kept it original.