The Mercedes-Benz 600 (W100) is a large ultra-luxury sedan and limousine produced by Mercedes-Benz from 1963 to 1981. Generally, the short-wheelbase (SWB) models were designed to be owner-driven, whereas the long-wheelbase (LWB) models, often incorporating a central divider with power window, were designed for a chauffeur.
The 600 replaced the Mercedes-Benz W189 four-door luxury tourer, which was nicknamed the Adenauer after Konrad Adenauer, the first chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, who employed them during his 1949-1963 tenure.
Production began in 1964 and continued through to 1981.During this time, production totalled 2,677 units, comprising 2,190 Saloons, 304 Pullmans, 124 6-door Pullmans and 59 Landaulets.
• CLEAN CA TITLE
• THIS MERCEDES HAS 90,440 MILES; THE CAR WAS APART OF THE PETERSEN AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM FOR A LONG TIME
• EQUIPPED WITH 6.3-LITER M100 V8 AND AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
• M100 V8 IS EQUIPPED WITH BOSCH MECHANICAL FUEL INJECTION AND WAS FACTORY-RATED AT 300 HORSEPOWER, 50 OF WHICH WERE REPORTEDLY REQUIRED TO RUN THE 150-BAR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
• HYDRAULIC IS FUNCTIONAL AND AIR SUSPENSION AIRS UP AND ADJUSTS; SUNROOF OPENS AND CLOSES
• THE STANDARD-WHEELBASE 600 FEATURED A 126″ WHEELBASE, 10″ LONGER THAN THAT OF THE ORIGINAL LONG-WHEELBASE S-CLASS, 15″ STEEL WHEELS
• REAR SEAT PASSENGERS ARE PROVIDED WITH FOOT RESTS, FOLDING WIND DEFLECTORS, AND CURTAINS
• HYDRAULICALLY-ACTUATED POWER WINDOWS, SEAT ADJUSTMENTS, AND OTHER INTERIOR FEATURES WORK
• WELL MAINTAINED, GARAGE KEPT; RUNS AND DRIVES