If you had just one opportunity to learn more about the Mercedes four-cylinder Ponton Sedan, this 210-page book would be all you would need. Updated in May 2017, it walks you through the car's development and history, explains in detail chassis number and data card and comes with a comprehensive buyer's guide. Great recent non-Daimler AG color photos highlight many of the ponton's features; this includes pictures of the suspension. These are some of the topics covered:
* Development of the W120
* Technical aspects
* The 180 and 180D
* The 190 and 190D
* A South African pick-up, called "Bakkie"
* Racing history
* Ponton chassis number and data card explained
* Buyer's guide
* Paint and interior options
* Technical specifications with production figures for each model
This guide ends with a free book offer. Enjoy!
Why does Kobo only see 77 pages for this book? Because they only count the text portions, but not the photos or charts. Photos are for the author an important part of a book about vintage cars and together with the photos and technical charts, the total page count of this book is 210 pages.
With over 25 books and e-books written about Mercedes-Benz cars, Bernd S. Koehling has proven to be an authority on the brand. Those books cover cars from the 1947 170V to the 2012 SL R231.
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