Mercedes-Benz W136

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Mercedes 170 DS
Mercedes-Benz 170 DS
Automotive industryMercedes-Benz
Production1935–1955
PredecessorMercedes-Benz W15
SuccessorMercedes-Benz W120
Mercedes-Benz W121
Car classificationMid-size car Sedan (car)

The Mercedes-Benz W136 (and similar W191) was Mercedes-Benz's line of four-cylinder Automobile from the mid-1930s into the 1950s. It became the foundation on which the company rebuilt after World War II because the tooling had survived Allied bombing.

The Mercedes-Benz 170 SV y 170 SD where also built briefly in Argentina from 1953-1955 in sedan, taxi, station wagon, pick-up and van versions.[1]

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Models

  • 1935–1942: 170 V sedan/cabriolet
  • 1946–1950: 170 V sedan/cabriolet
  • 1949–1952: 170 S/SAC/SBC
  • 1950–1952: 170 Va
  • 1952–1953: 170 Vb
  • 1953–1955: 170 S-V/S-D
  • 1949–1950: 170 D
  • 1950–1952: 170 Da/DaOTP
  • 1952–1953: 170 Db
  • 1952–1953: 170 Sb
  • 1952–1953: 170 DS

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References


  1. www.mercedes-benz.argentina/history accessed 12 November 2008 (Spanish)

Timeline

193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955
170 V World War II 170 V 170 Va 170 Vb
170 S/SAC/SBC 170 S-V/S-D
170 D 170 Da Db
170 Sb
170 DS


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