Daimler has announced the Mercedes-Benz Museum is now directly selling classic cars from all periods.

Daimler has announced the Mercedes-Benz Museum is now directly selling classic cars from all periods.

If you are not a big fan of current car designs with the three-pointed star, now is your chance to buy a classic Mercedes-Benz under the new range called “All Time Stars” which contains three different subcategories: Premium Edition, Collectors Edition and Drivers Edition.

Premium refers to low-mileage classic cars that are in a “rare original condition” and were previously restored at Mercedes-Benz Classic in Fellbach/Stuttgart. Collectors Edition contains cars that are in “excellent condition both technically and visually” while Drivers Edition encompasses vintage models and modern classics in “excellent technical condition”, but these still need more restoration work.

You can check out the available stock at any time at alltime-stars.com. A relevant example from what you will find there in the Collectors Edition is this 1994 E 60 AMG Limited driven for 74,800 km (46,480 miles) and available for a cool €189,000. Only 12 cars were ever made with a V8 6.0-liter engine producing 381 PS (280 kW) sent to the wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission which back in the day granted a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) run in 5.4 seconds and an electronically-capped 250 km/h (155 mph) top speed.

The oldest car available is a Type 630 Kompressor from 1929 while the newest is an E 320 convertible from 1995. All vehicles offered through the Mercedes-Benz Museum’s All Time Stars go through an in-depth 160-item checklist and all of them have a fully detailed history.

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Mercedes-Benz Museum now selling classic cars directly