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Mercedes-Benz (Great Britain)

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October 1936.
1954. 300 SL.
January 1955.
Oct 1956. Motor Show Ad.
1959. Mercedes-Benz 2.2 litre Saloon.
Oct 1960.
Oct 1962. Motor Show Ad.
Oct 1966.
October 1976. Mercedes-Benz 280E.
October 1976. Mercedes-Benz 240D.
June 1985.
June 1985.

of Brentford.

Also see Mercedes-Benz

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Importer.[1]


In the 1920s-1930s Mercedes-Benz built very few chassis from Britain .

Pullman Roadways of Croydon ran a fleet of five 20 seater Mercedes-Benz luxury coaches. These ran on the London-Southampton-Bournemouth and London-Torquay-Plymouth routes.

1938 They constructed a forward control model to seat 44 passengers.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1963 Motor Show