Mercedes-Benz has no shortage of iconic models over its nearly 100-year history, but nothing captures the imagination like the 300SL "Gullwing". Nearly identical to Mercedes Le Mans race cars of the era, the lightweight tube frame required the high sills and subsequently the upward-opening doors. One of the world's most beautiful designs, this 300SL was completed in 1955 and spent its first 30 years with one Austrian owner. After making its way across the Atlantic, 300SL specialist Michael Grams of Coachwerks Restoration acquired it and set out on a concurs-level restoration. The car was stripped down to its bare metal and repainted in its original grey, along with a total rebuild of its 3-liter inline-six and Bosch mechanical fuel injection system. The interior was completely redone in the original grey leather, and cushions with the famous tartan pattern were also stitched up and can be swapped for the factory-appearance ones.