No words to describe this immaculate 1970 Pullman? I am never short of words!
Yes, a tech thing prevented description of this car yesterday. But I will say these things now:
— cars in this quality are very rare
— price just 10% of a the total earned by drop-top six-door 1971 600 Pullman earlier this month in Paris by RM Auctions
— for history fans or the inherently curious: the eagle in the front grille is the German Imperial flag — and nothing to do with some other eagle iconography that is perhaps better-known from Deutschland.
This car is even better on the inside, with embroidered lace pillows, rich dark leathers, and some funky pilot’s timing instruments on the dashboard.
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