The Mercedes-Benz Stuttgart was produced between 1924 and 1934. It had a more powerful engine than its predecessor, the W02. However, the chassis and bodywork of the Stuttgart 260 and W02 were the same.
By the time the production of this car came to an end, 6,807 had been produced. The rated output was 50 hp at 3400 rpm. The fuel tank had a capacity of 45 litres. It had a manual transmission with a 3-speed gear. The Stuttgart 260 had an elongated nose that covered almost ⅔ of the car's length. The rear was incredibly short. If you love vintage cars that come with a great history, this could be the one for you.