‘All Time Stars’ classic cars now on sale at Mercedes-Benz Museum

Article by Christian Andrei, on November 14, 2015

Want to purchase a classic Mercedes-Benz car, but don’t know where? Well, the Mercedes-Benz Museum has now put up for sale its classic cars under the name All Time Stars. Interested buyers could view the available classic cars by visiting alltime-stars.com Web site or going personally to the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

Interested buyers will be greeted and entertained by a team of sales consultants who will be there to provide more information about the classic cars. Mercedes has been known for its quality, and the All Time Stars by Mercedes-Benz plan to use this reputation as a selling point for its classic cars.

Likewise, the All Time Stars by Mercedes-Benz are all suited for everyday driving. To achieve maximum transparency, experts at the Mercedes-Benz Museum thoroughly inspect and check each classic car according to a 160-item checklist.

Such inspection will also allow Mercedes-Benz Museum experts to identify and record any defect on the classic cars. Moreover, the experts know the modifications the classic cars had gone through since they were delivered to their first owners.

Customers can choose from a number of classic cars made by Mercedes-Benz and its predecessor brands, and from the Type 630 Kompressor (1929) to an E 320 convertible (1995). All Time Stars vehicles are divided into three main categories: Premium Edition, Collectors Edition and Drivers Edition.

Each of these categories differs in terms of the condition and authenticity. For instance, the Premium Edition covers classic cars that managed to remain in their rare original condition and have logged only a few miles on their odometer.

Premium Edition also covers vehicles restored by Mercedes-Benz Classic in Fellbach/Stuttgart. Meanwhile, the Collectors Edition consists of vehicles that remain in outstanding condition both technically and visually.

On the other hand, Drivers Edition is composed of vintage and modern classics suited for daily driving and for people who loves to fiddle with their cars. While classic cars have remained in excellent technical condition, they may or may not need further restoration work. Some of the All Time Stars vehicles up for sale include the Mercedes-Benz 630, the E 320 convertible and the Mercedes-Benz 280 SE. Mercedes commenced sales of the 630 in October 1928 at 2,000 reichsmark each.

The Mercedes 630 was also available in a K model powered by a 6.3-liter engine developing up to 120 kW (160 hp). Just a couple of years ago, this All Time Stars vehicle was transformed to an open-top tourer while its engine was refurbished.

This Mercedes-Benz 630 has a Fiva international identity card. Meanwhile, the Mercedes-Benz E 320 convertible has clocked only 31,000 miles, as obvious from its spotless condition. Its buyer could drive the E 320 convertible to wherever he or she may go as it is still very operational.

Mercedes-Benz Museum further made this vehicle more appealing by fitting it with an array of new elements, like the leather upholstery. Additionally, customers may acquire a Mercedes-Benz 280 SE restored at Mercedes-Benz Classic Service & Parts. It features a rare color combo and has clocked only 86.000 kilometers on the road.

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Mercedes-Benz Museum selling classic cars directly: 'All Time Stars': modern classics and vintage greats from Mercedes-Benz

The Mercedes-Benz Museum is now selling classic cars from all periods under the name All Time Stars. The complete range can be seen on the website alltime-stars.com. You can also view the vehicles in person at the Mercedes-Benz Museum and arrange the purchase there too. A team of sales consultants are on hand to provide detailed information and extensive descriptions of the vehicles in order to offer as much transparency as possible.

Buying a classic car is a matter of trust. It has to be. Otherwise what is often supposed to be a dream come true may in fact turn sour. The All Time Stars by Mercedes-Benz aim to extend the brand's extensive quality commitment to the purchase of classic cars. The focus is on vehicles that are suitable for everyday driving. And maximum transparency is the objective: the experts at the Mercedes-Benz Museum subject each vehicle to a thorough inspection based on a comprehensive 160-item checklist. This allows any defects or blemishes to be identified and recorded in detail in the prospectus. The consultants also know exactly what has been modified – and what has stayed the same – since the vehicle was handed over to its very first owner.

The All Time Stars reflect the huge diversity of Mercedes-Benz vehicles over the ages. The range features all cars made by Mercedes-Benz and its predecessor brands. The oldest model that is currently available is a Type 630 Kompressor from 1929; the newest is an E 320 convertible made in 1995.

The three vehicle editions

All vehicles are categorised into three editions that describe their condition and authenticity:
Premium Edition: classic cars in rare original condition with very few miles on the clock and vehicles that have been lovingly restored by the experts at Mercedes-Benz Classic in Fellbach/Stuttgart.

Collectors Edition: these cars are in excellent condition both technically and visually. Their patina gives them a particularly special character.
Drivers Edition: vintage vehicles and modern classics suitable for everyday driving and for people who want to tinker. These cars are in excellent technical condition but still offer potential for further restoration work.

All Time Stars – vehicle highlights

The Mercedes-Benz 630 first went on sale in October 1928 for a price of 2,000 reichsmark. It was also available in a K model with a more powerful 6.3-litre engine that produced 120 kW (160 hp). Customers' interest quickly shifted to this variant. Several years ago, the vehicle available from All Time Stars was converted to an open-top tourer and had its engine refurbished. It has a Fiva international identity card and is in immaculate condition.

The E 320 convertible is an export version with only around 31,000 miles on the clock. This is immediately obvious from its immaculate condition. This four-seater convertible can be used for everyday driving as soon as it leaves our showroom – and it's as stylish as they come. The car is fitted with lots of extras, including the much sought-after leather upholstery.

There is also a Mercedes-Benz 280 SE available, which was restored at Mercedes-Benz Classic Service & Parts. The car has a seldom colour combination and only 86.000 kilometers on the clock.

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