The normal Mercedes-Benz 600 sedan is lovely on its own, featuring some great looks, tons of comfort, and a wildly complex hydraulic system. This limousine version then, is the best of the best.
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This 1968 600 Pullman is one of about 300 examples ever built, featuring two rear-facing seats and a Sony television to compliment the front-facing bench. This one's been completely restored, with a numbers-matching 6.3-liter V8 engine, a rebuilt air suspension, and a fully refreshed hydraulic system. Furthermore, options include air conditioning, disc brakes, power seats, white-wall tires, and an authentic Becker Grand Prix radio.
This 600 Pullman has just 71,533 original miles, currently for sale by Daniel Schmitt & Co. . If the regular 600 just won't do, this is the ultra-luxury limo for you.