1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 Tourenwagen Vehicle Profile

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1940 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

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Tourenwagen
This is one of 88 Model 770 K's built by Mercedes-Benz. It was originally commissioned to General Nikolaus von Falkenhorst and delivered to him in Oslo, Norway in November of 1940. Falkenhorst orchestrated and commanded the Nazi invasion of Norway and Denmark in April of 1940. He was then installed as the de-facto leader of occupied Norway and this was his official vehicle.

In May of 1945, during the liberation, the car was confiscated by the Allied mission, under the command of U.K. General Thorne. When the Norwegian Royal family made their official return, in June of that year, the Allies presented the car to them. It was made an official parade vehicle and remained in the Royal garage until 1963. It was then acquired by a member of the Norwegian Royal Guard who lovingly maintained the car until it was sold to a United States collector in the late 1970's. The current owner acquired the car in May, 2000.


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Chassis information for the Mercedes-Benz 770K1943 Limousine
Coachbuilder: Pullman
Chassis Num: 150006/0030


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