Fat Herman’s Chariot
WHEN Corporal Richard Dutot of New Hyde Park. L. I., was stationed in Germany, he was bitten by the car bug after riding in a German friend’s Mercedes-Benz—one of four cars that was made especially for former Nazi Air Marshal, Herman Goering.
The Mercedes-Benz 190 SL
Fine workmanship and splendid roadability are the top features of this sports rig, says Uncle Tom.
By Tom McCahill
THE NAME Mercedes-Benz, like Tiffany, Morgan & Company and Diamond Jim Brady is known from pole-to-pole and over the border and into Finland. Mercedes-Benz has had only one rival through the years for the title of Prestige Car Of The World—and that is Rolls-Royce. Actually, from a quality standpoint and longevity, Rolls gets the nod, but from a performance and accomplishment standpoint no one can touch Mercedes.