The Mercedes-Benz Classic Workshop
When it’s engineered like no other car in the world, it deserves that same level of care.
Servicing every classic Mercedes-Benz ever made.
From basic upkeep to full restorations, your classic car needs will be met at the Mercedes-Benz Classic Workshop. Our Service and Restoration Specialists possess comprehensive knowledge of the restoration process and the mechanical expertise that allows them to take on even the most challenging requests. Are you looking to rebuilt a direct injection system in a 300 SL? Or resurrect a pre-war 150 Sport Roadster? No job is too big or too small, and the superior engineering that lets your vehicle run for decades is what fuels our devotion to a lifetime of factory-backed service.
Step 1: Arrival and Initial Inspection
Once it’s in the shop, your vehicle is thoroughly inspected – inside, outside and under the hood – to assess the current condition and recommend the appropriate level of restoration.
Step 2: Teardown and Documentation
Next, the vehicle is disassembled down to a bare frame, if needed. The engine and gearbox are removed, individual parts are inspected, cleaned and replaced, and each part is meticulously cataloged for rebuilding or replacement as necessary.
Step 3: Refinishing and Repainting
The body is thoroughly refinished, removing any rust, dents and other blemishes. Paint is applied to specific areas of need, or the vehicle is re-sprayed altogether using factory-correct colors and techniques.
Step 4: Reassembly and Final Inspection
The car is then reassembled and undergoes thorough inspection and testing. In fact, the quality control standards the vehicle is subjected to during the restoration process may be even higher than when it was originally built.