Mercedes-Benz classics directly from the Mercedes-Benz Museum
ALL TIME STARS is the Mercedes-Benz Museum’s marketplace for the brand’s classics and young classics. The complete range can be viewed on the website at http://alltime-stars.com.
You can also view the vehicles in person at the Mercedes-Benz Museum and arrange the purchase there, too. A team of specialist consultants has all the detailed information and extensive vehicle descriptions to hand, offering as much transparency as possible.
Buying a classic car is a matter of trust
Otherwise what is often supposed to be a dream come true may in fact turn sour. ALL TIME STARS by Mercedes-Benz aims to extend the brand’s extensive quality commitment to the purchase of classic cars.
The focus is on classic cars that are suitable for everyday driving. Maximum transparency is the objective: the experts at the Mercedes-Benz Museum scrutinise each vehicle based on a comprehensive 160-point checklist.
This allows any defects or blemishes to be identified and recorded in detail in the prospectus. Furthermore, the expert advisors know exactly what has been changed since the vehicle was handed over to its very first owner – and what has stayed the same.
The ALL TIME STARS reflect the huge diversity of Mercedes-Benz vehicles over the ages. The range features all cars made by Mercedes-Benz and its predecessor brands – the oldest model currently available being a 630 Kompressor from 1929, the most recent an E 320 Cabriolet from 1995.
Three vehicle editions
All vehicles are classified into three editions describing condition and originality:
Concours Edition: Classics and young classics in rare original condition with low mileage and vehicles that have been carefully restored by the Mercedes-Benz Classic experts in Fellbach/Stuttgart.
Collectors Edition: These classics and young classics are in good condition both technically and in terms of appearance. Their patina lends them a special character.
Drivers Edition: Suitable for those who want a classic for everyday driving and tinkering. These cars are in good technical condition but still offer potential for further restoration work.
ALL TIME STARS – Sample vehicles
For a premium of 2000 reichsmarks, the Mercedes-Benz 630 was also available with the uprated 6.3-litre engine of the “K” model rated at 120 kW (160 hp) from October 1928 onwards. Customer interest quickly shifted to this variant. The ALL TIME STARS vehicle was converted into an open-top tourer some years ago and also had its engine refurbished. It has a Fiva Identity Card (Fiva Pass) and is in very good, well-maintained condition.
The E 320 Cabriolet is an export version and only has around 31,000 miles on the clock. This is reflected in its extremely well-maintained condition. This four-seater Cabriolet would be an ideal classic for everyday use – stylish appearance included. The car features numerous extras, including the coveted leather appointments.
Another of the vehicles on offer is a Mercedes-Benz 280 SE – in-house designation W 116 – which has been restored by Mercedes-Benz Classic Service & Parts. It features a rare colour combination and only has around 86,000 kilometres on the clock.