This Mercedes was sold new in Germany in 1937 and was used by a wheat seller during WW2.
He was allowed to drive it, also during the war.
It was parked in a barn in 1954 and did not see daylight until now.
It was discovered near Nurnberg Germany. It comes with its original license plate, original Papers with Svastika stamps in it.
It even comes with 2 black and white family photos of postwar Germany in wich this vehicle is visable. All original paint, never restored and looks to be complete.
The 6 cilinder engine turns free by hand.
One of a kind, this Mercedes really have seen WW2. I would say, make it runnnig, fix some details and drive as is!
This is unique, things like this just wont pop up anymore.
The underside has been professionaly cleaned with ice.
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