1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S Tourer Vehicle Profile

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

1929 Mercedes-Benz Model S photograph

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Tourer
Designed by Ferdinand Porsche and built from 1927 to 1928, the Mercedes-Benz S was proclaimed the 'Last Word in Motorcar Design.' With a low chassis and an engine of 6.8-liters, it was the ultimate supercar of its era, driven by Barney Oldfield and Harold Vanderbilt among others. This S Tourer was originally owned by the entertainer Al Jolson and later by designer Brooks Stevens.

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