The Mercedes-Benz 300b was introduced in 1951. The 'b' designator was never officially used by Mercedes, yet it has emerged as the standard way to identify the variants produced (300a, 300b, 300c). Also known as the Type 300, the 300b was one of Mercedes' top models at the time. Powered by an uprated 123hp 3.0L inline 6 engine, the 300b was available as a 300b Saloon or 300b Cabriolet. Built until 1955, the 300b was replaced by the Mercedes-Benz 300c.
|1953 Mercedes-Benz 300B Cabriolet 'D'||NOT SOLD||Jul 28, 2019|
|1953 Mercedes-Benz 300 B 'Adenauer' Cabriolet||NOT SOLD||Sep 05, 2018|
|Mercedes-Benz 300B « Adenauer » Limousine 1955||NOT SOLD||Feb 08, 2018|
|1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 Adenauer Cabriolet||NOT SOLD||Sep 02, 2017|
|Mercedes-Benz 300B Cabriolet D 1953||€149,500||Feb 09, 2017|