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Mercedes story: 300 Adenauer Mercedes Adenauer (1951 - 1962)In today's automotive industry, the number 300 cannot mean too much longer, but a few decades back it had a very special appeal. Chrysler used it in the United States for its famous and fast-paced Chrysler 300 series, first introduced in 1955 as the C-300. It used a V8 hemi 331 cu in engine and was called 300 because it developed 300 hp.In Germany, the name 300 was known by Daimler-Benz, who used it for his top-of-the-line car introduced in 1951, Mercedes Adenauer 300. Here the name 300 was not used because of its horsepower but because of 3.0 l (183 cu in) engine offset. When it was launched in April 1951 at the Frankfurt Automobile Show, Mercedes Adenauer created such a feeling that the assembly of the police must be retrieved to handle the enthusiastic audience.But it was not just the public who liked the car, it was the press who said after testing it that it would be considered as "the extra vehicle of international vehicle". That impression was supported by the happy customers, who could afford the Mercedes Adenauer 300. Since, at a price of DM 19,900 (4,420), it was certainly also an extraordinary financial point of view. In the United States, 300 was introduced in 1953 and costs around $ 6 500. The most sensitive sedan in the United States was at that time the Cadillac series 75 Fleetwood. At "only" $ 5 820.- it must be considered a bargain, considering that it had a 5.3 liter (331 cu) V8 engine with 210 braking power and a total length of 6.0 meters (236.5 inch).In comparison with its six-cylinder engine, Mercedes delivered 115 DIN hp and offered a total length of 4.95 meters (194.9 inches). Still, the amazing price of exclusivity and some.