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2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe

All the luxury of the sedan, but with two less doors. Sounds simple, but that's the best way to describe the 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe. This total redesign of Merc's mid-range two-door is based on the new sedan, instead of on the C-Class like its predecessor. The result is a wider, longer, taller car, powered by a 3.0L V6 biturbo engine paired with a nine-speed transmission for better performance and fuel efficiency. The interior offers more rear legroom, all the driver assistance and intelligent infotainment features you'd expect, and with an all-wheel-drive 4MATIC version available, it can be your daily driver even in locales with less than ideal weather.

  • 1968 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Pagoda

    Produced from 1963 - 1971, the Mercedes-Benz roadster coupe known as the Pagoda is an excellent example of the distinctive two seat roadsters of the era. This 1968 280 SL Pagoda features a matching-numbers engine along with a rarely seen in the US four-speed transmission that was totally disassembled and rebuilt. It's also been restored completely, using genuine Mercedes-Benz parts. The chrome and trim was replaced, along with the interior and its tan leather upholstery. As close to brand new as you'll find, and available at auction.

  • 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico

    Considered to be the grandest of Ferrari's touring automobiles, this 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico was built as the first Series II car with a longer wheelbase. The 400 Superamerica was unveiled at the Turin Motor Show in 1959 featuring a Colombo short-block V-12 engine. It also boasted a body never seen before on a Superamerica. The body was designed with a pointed open mouth nose and a swooped fastback tail for better aerodynamics. Completely restored in the 1980's, Chassis 3931 SA was a cutting edge vehicle when constructed and remains so to this day. Available at auction in its original color combination of Grigio Argento over Nero.