posted on June 18, 2012 with 57 notes
Mercedes-Benz 280 SE (1969)
I keep showing appreciation for the SL’s passionate design, and very rarely these saloons (quite literally saloons).
It just so happens that I saw one of these a few days ago, while driving back from the beach on a very sunny day. I never accounted for the cool factor these W108 have when properly maintained. I was green with envy and immediately wanted to sell my car.

Mercedes-Benz 280 SE (1969)

I keep showing appreciation for the SL’s passionate design, and very rarely these saloons (quite literally saloons).

It just so happens that I saw one of these a few days ago, while driving back from the beach on a very sunny day. I never accounted for the cool factor these W108 have when properly maintained. I was green with envy and immediately wanted to sell my car.

posted on January 6, 2012 with 148 notes
Paul Newman’s Datsun 280ZX (1980)
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Paul Newman’s Datsun 280ZX (1980)

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posted on October 30, 2010 with 62 notes
Mercedes Benz 280SE (W111)
Taken at AutoClássico Porto, 2010.

Mercedes Benz 280SE (W111)

Taken at AutoClássico Porto, 2010.

posted on May 21, 2010 with 30 notes
browncar:

Mercedes Benz W123 280

I’ve singled out Mercedes in the examples I’ve chosen, mainly because it’s Mercedes who used to get the Tarantino approach so right. Look at the W123 models. There were no aliens. The White House didn’t explode, Will Smith wasn’t in the glovebox with a wise crack. They were just well-made cars.

— Clarkson
(W123 via the Dutch W123 club. Clarkson article via Drew and Joe and Owen — thanks, chaps! Have a W123 Coupe on me!)

browncar:

Mercedes Benz W123 280

I’ve singled out Mercedes in the examples I’ve chosen, mainly because it’s Mercedes who used to get the Tarantino approach so right. Look at the W123 models. There were no aliens. The White House didn’t explode, Will Smith wasn’t in the glovebox with a wise crack. They were just well-made cars.

Clarkson

(W123 via the Dutch W123 club. Clarkson article via Drew and Joe and Owen — thanks, chaps! Have a W123 Coupe on me!)

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posted on May 1, 2010 with 8 notes

Godlike.

Datsun 280 (Fairlady) in action.