1934 Mercedes-Benz 380K Cabriolet - SuperCharged
Introduced at the Berlin Motor Show in 1933, the 380 was the first in a line of legendary automobiles built by Mercedes-Benz. The 380K was the very first of the supercharged eight-cylinder luxury cars that include famous models such as the 500K, 540K, and 770. With just 154 built during 1933 and 1934 it is also one of the most exclusive. These 380K rarely appear on the market and this marks the first time that Gullwing Motor Cars has ever offered one of these fine Mercedes-Benz classics for sale.
This 380K was sold in November 1934 and was ordered with exquisite and beautifully proportioned Cabriolet coachwork by Sindelfingen, the in-house coachbuilder for Mercedes-Benz. This particular car has been beautifully restored and was part of two prominent American collections over the past three decades. This Cabriolet is a genuine, matching-numbers example, with build numbers and delivery details confirmed by a Mercedes-Benz Classic Zertifikat. Here is an incredibly rare opportunity to own one of the most rare and beautiful supercharged Mercedes-Benz automobiles of the 1930s. An incredible value at only $725,000.
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Excluding price changes of less than $100.
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