Horch 853, 1937
Audi Series No:1
Mercedes -Benz W125, 1937
-A Masterpiece-
Technical data of the original vehicle:
• 8-cylinder-in-line-engine
• Roots compressor
• Displacement: 5.660 cm3
• Maximum output: up to 600 hp at 5.800 rpm
• Topspeed: 318 km/h

This bolide would soon prove that Daimler-Benz had achieved a
masterpiece. The German racing cars were now so advanced
beyond their competitors that one could really speak of a duel
between Mercedes-Benz and the Auto Union. The W 125 marked
the technical zenith in the construction of racing cars.

Rudolf Caracciola drove the W 125 to four season victories and for
this was proclaimed European Champion of 1937.

All parts of the W 125 are pieced together to give a valuable
collectors item. The love for details can be seen in the 51 small and
27 larger metal rivets and the laying of the 41 cables and wires.
  • Drum brakes with indicated vents and angled cooler
    slits in the outer drum  
  • Instruments consisting of revolution counter oil
    pressure gauge and cooling water temperature
    gauge   Cooler grill of 35 hand soldered stainless steel
    wires in front of a fine metal mesh
  • Flap down wind screen
  • Tank cap can be opened
  • Driver seat covered with real textile   Wheels on
    filigree spokes
  • Hand mounted steel wires
  • Authentic tyres
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