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Mercedes-Benz - The Best or Nothing

Our fleet of classic Mercedes-Benz cars




Mercedes-Benz is a global automobile manufacturer and a division of the German company Daimler AG. The brand is known for luxury vehicles and the best cars in the world. The headquarter is in the city of Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg. The name first appeared in 1926 under Daimler-Benz.
Mercedes-Benz traces its origins to Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft's 1901 Mercedes and Karl Benz's 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen, which is widely regarded as the worlds first gasoline-powered automobile. 

Lusi Damai Classic Cars is based on the exotic island of Bali and started in 2015. Bali is the most wanted destination for weddings and therefore we are so excited to make lifetime timeless classic moments, only possible with our classic Mercedes-Benz. We provide three Mercedes Benz 280S from 1970.

At Lusi Damai Classic Cars, we will ensure the Mercedes Benz you choose for your event or shooting is prepared to picture-perfect condition. All vehicles are regularly maintained and kept in original condition. Attention to detail is what makes these cars perfect –  a hallmark of traditional luxury. The interiors continue the experience of luxury that only leather can provide. And chrome fittings – not seen on vehicles nowadays. We will provide a driver who is responsible for the vehicle at all times – leaving you to focus on your event. For your formal event, our drivers will arrive in uniform.

The Mercedes-Benz

1970's S-Class Sedan

The S-Class sedan (W108, W109) was manufactured from 1965-1972. The W108 and its more luxurious sibling the W109 were created by the legendary designer Paul Bracq. Their famous front ends with the tall grille and stacked quad headlights are among Mercedes’ most recognizable and beloved designs to this day. Powered by a six cylinder 2.5L gasoline engine generating 140hp. The total production of the model 280S was almost 400,000 units, the limousines were popular in the North American and South-East Asian export markets. The vehicle was an amazing success, mostly, due its simple and classic contours. The W108 offered unique styling mixed with something 

Mercedes would thrive on for generations, a rock solid reliability. The Mercedes Benz 280S had a knack for ticking well past the competition, making them one of the most beloved models. With its unique design and styling, the 280S has enduring class and timeless charm – proof of excellent German engineering. The W108 line, which included the 280S, was larger than its tailfinned predecessor. The W108 was conceived as a more modern replacement for the tailfinned cars, which had quickly become dated-looking thanks to their now-iconic fins. The W108 had a bigger greenhouse, sleeker lines, more interior space, and more powerful six-cylinder engines.

The W109, almost identical to the W108, featured an extended wheelbase of 115mm and self-leveling air suspension. Bracq’s design was elegant and restrained in keeping with Mercedes’ refined style at the time. Its success as a “premium flagship” car convinced Daimler to add a long-wheelbase car to the model range. From that point on, all future S-class models would feature a long-wheelbase variant. The cleanliness of the shape still looks as perfect today as it did when the cars were new. The 280S model Mercedes Benz is the same as owned and driven by Elvis. As well, a bright orange model was featured in the 1978 classic film "The Driver".

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