Friday, April 23, 2021

1928 Mercedes-Benz 630K

The fastest production car in 1928 was the Mercedes-Benz 630K, developed by Ferdinand Porsche. With its supercharged 6.3-litre engine and top speed of more than 90mph it was the top car of it's day. 150 were produced.

This example was crashed in 1929 and sat for the next 60 years. It was rescued in 1989 by a German collector.
The car appears at Bonhams with an estimate of €600k-900k.