The Mercedes-Benz 300SL is one of the most elegant automobiles ever created, its long swooping bonnet line and almost obscene curves have ensured it a solid position on any well though out “Top 10″ list of classic cars ever created. The Roadster version is, if I can say this without being tarred and feathered, even...
The modern Mercedes-Benz Unimog is a verifiable beast, many don't know that it's still in production largely due to the fact that Mercedes almost exclusively sells them to either Paris-Dakar teams or emergency services agencies.
This stunningly beautiful 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196R Formula 1 car was driven in anger by the likes of Juan Manuel Fangio, Hans Herrmann and Karl Kling - this essentially makes it about as close to royalty as a car can become.
The Unimog 4x4 is quite easily one of the most iconic off-road vehicles ever made, it sits alongside the Land Rover Series I/II/III/Defender, the original military Humvee and the Land Cruiser FJ40/FJ60 as a "proper" 4x4, with no traction control, no air-conditioning and most certainly no LCD TV screens.
"Racing Legends: Stirling Moss" is a 1 hour documentary presented by Sir Patrick Stewart, about the life and times of legendary racing driver Sir Stirling Moss.
The 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing is either at the very top of every discerning persons Top 10 Cars list, or it's damn close.
Seeing Sophia Loren next to a Mercedes 300SL Gullwing is like seeing strawberries next to cream, a natural pairing that's inherently manmade.
If you know of a man who looks better in the hot seat of a Mercedes 300SLR than Sir Stirling Moss, I'd like to hear about it.