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1937 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet B [W142]

1937 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet [W142] in La 7čme compagnie au clair de lune, Movie, 1977 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: DE

1937 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet B [W142]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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DynaMike NL

2010-07-02 19:44

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I think it's a smaller one, and anyway, not a 'Großer Limousine' since it is not a limousine but a convertible...

ingo DE

2010-07-02 22:29

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It's for sure no 770, something much smaller. Rather 230 or something in that size.


Only a very very few people had a real 770 "Großer Mercedes" in use. The most were delivered to the Reichskanzlei, a few to presidents and emperors around the world (some as a present of Hitler), only a few single 770 were bought be very rich private persons. It was unreachable for everyone else.

juRI DE

2010-07-27 23:38

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I think it is a Mercedes-Benz Type 320 Cabriolet B, internal code W 142 (1937-1942). It was the successor of Type 290 W18 (1933-1937) and shared design line with the Mercedes-Benz Type 230 W143 (1937-1941). Type 320 was longer, had a more rounded, flowing rear end, and the swept split windows are more typical for the Cabriolet B of 320 models. Cabriolet B means two-door model with four seats. Cabriolet A would be a two-door model with two seats, and a cabriolet D a four-door model with four seats. In this combination "D" is not used for "Diesel"!

DynaMike NL

2010-07-27 23:44

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Welcome to the site, juRI ! It seems that you are the right person to help us with the many pre-war Mercedes-Benz... :)

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