Mercedes - Benz 770-K Limousine 1938 Cream Almond.psd
The Mercedes 710 is known to be the world's luxury sedan, with a price tag of about $70k. It has the highest capacity of any sedan that is in the world. Its interior is as lavish as it gets and the body is one of the best in the industry with a sleek body line and a long sleek shape. It was used by royalty during the world war two and later on by celebrities during world war three. Now you might ask what is so special about this car that makes it the most luxurious sedan of the world war two era.
Mercedes Benz was a brand of Germany before they acquired the Mercedes brand and during the world war two the company made use of their old planes that were used in the air raids to deliver supplies to their soldiers who had been stationed in the area. With the help of the German planes they managed to transport men and material from the area they were stationed in to the areas they were fighting in. This action enabled them to fight more fiercely and the German planes that were modified to carry supplies in them became known as'scorch vehicles'. These planes were modified and began to carry supplies as well as men and were dubbed as 'flying tanks'. This new design became popular with the people of the world and soon they were using Mercedes cars for transportation during the world war two era.
Mercedes Benz was also one of the world's first luxury brands that had a showroom in the luxurious Rufus Road, which is a street that was famous for its opulent and exclusive shopping complexes. The street is also a place where Mercedes cars are often spotted at, and so it gained its reputation of being a place of luxury. Mercedes continued in this trend during the world war two era, when it opened another showroom in the Strome area of Paris, called the 'Chateau de Versailles' or as it was then 'The Chateau of Versailles'.
- Jan Keteleer
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