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    MERCEDES BENZ SSK “COUNT TROSSI”... One of the most revered sports cars in the world, it features the most dramatic body of them all. It’s nicknamed after Carlo Trossi, its first owner. Designed by Ferdinand Porsche, the series started with the 1927 Type 680 S. Only five original SSKs survive today and each is a ‘holy grail’ among car collectors. More photos here... Great repin!

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    1930 mercedesbenz 710ssktrossiroadster

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    Mercedes Benz SSK “Count Trossi”. “Named after Carlo Trossi, its first owner, designed by Ferdinand Porsche, the series started with the 1927 Type 680 S. Only five original SSKs survive today. Trossi bought and sold this car several times from when he first registered it in 1932 through 1949. It eventually ended up with Ralph Lauren” -

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1930 Mercedes-Benz 710 SSK Trossi Roadster This car is 83 years old. It is so ahead of its – and our – time that it has practically lapped itself. It is the legendary Mercedes Benz Trossi SSK, the last car that Ferdinand Porsche designed before he started his own company. (That would be Porsche). Only five still exist, and this one was owned by Count Trossi himself. Its now owned by Ralph Lauren, and you can watch the light rays surrender at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.