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Here is a 1948 photo essay from the pages of the defunct American weekly See Magazine illustrating the bullet-proof, 2-door, 4 passenger, Mercedes convertible roadster that was previously owned by Nazi Field Marshal Hermann Göering (1893 – 1946). The car was purchased by the Danish industrialist Svend Vestergaard:

"Vestergaard purchased the 8-cylinder, 240 h.p., under-slung speedster from British occupation authorities...The car was especially built according to the ostentatious Number 2 Nazi's exacting specifications, the German-made product of Stuttgart's famed Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft is 11 feet long, weighs three truck-like tons,[and] has six forward speeds."

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Hermann Goering's Car Finds a New Owner (See Magazine, 1948)

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