1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 Tourenwagen Vehicle Profile

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 W150 photograph

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Tourenwagen
The Mercedes-Benz 770 F-Cabriolet, the Grosser Mercedes Tourenwagen, was one of the most exclusive cars of its day. At its heart was a straight-8, single-overhead-cam engine with dual carburetors and, in the 770K, a supercharger. Weighing over four tons due to its heavy armour plating the 770K was still capable of over 100 mph. This 770K is thought to have been presented to the Finnish army's commander in chief Field Marshal Carl Gustav Mannerheim by Adolph Hitler in 1941. Mannerheim kept it for the duration of the war but when the Russians attacked Finland in 1944, Mannerheim, now selected as his country's sixth president, sent his car to neutral Sweden for safekeeping. The Swedish authorities confiscated it at the end of the war and put it up for sale. It was brought to the United States in 1948 and after several owners it was acquired by the current owners in 1984.


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


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