Mercedes-Benz Museum Now Selling Classic Cars As ‘All Time Stars’

The Mercedes Museum is now selling vintage automobiles under a very clever and appropriate name, while also providing potential customers with as much transparency as possible regarding the entire process.

Buying a classic Merc isn’t something one does lightly. In fact, just by looking at some of these vehicles, you run the risk of having your eyes tear up with joy or nostalgia, depending on how able you are to actually purchase one of these beauties.

The goal behind the All Time Stars is to extend the brand’s quality commitment to the purchase of classic cars – which is part of the reason why a competent team of sales consultants are on hand to provide customers with detailed information and extensive descriptions of the vehicles in question – which by the way are subjected to a thorough inspection based on a 160-item checklist – hey, almost as much as those ‘Approved’ Jags!

In Mercedes‘ case, all vehicles are categorized into three separate editions that describe both their condition as well as their authenticity. Premium Edition models are those classic cars in rare original condition with very few miles on the clock, while Collectors Edition cars are vintage and in excellent condition both technically and visually. Finally, Drivers Edition cars can be both vintage vehicles as well as modern classics which are still suitable for everyday driving.

A complete range of cars can be seen on alltime-stars (yeah, they get their own website), where a gorgeous W124 E 60 AMG Limited has become their newest addition.

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