The name Zeppelin was only used for the most exclusive cars that Maybach built. In 1930 the German company presented the first DS8 on the Autosalon de Paris.
The exclusive (and very expensive) Maybach limousine was ordered by kings, emperors and very rich people. Soon a convertible was offered.
But as was customary at the time, the bodywork was signed by coachbuilder Spohn. The coach building company founded by Herman Spohn is primarily associated with its vehicle bodies for luxury Maybach cars.
The Maybach Zeppelin DS8 Stromlinien-Cabriolet Spohn is one of the most famous models in the line-up of international luxury cars of the 1930s. This model is number 261 of 300 worldwide.
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- Maybach Zeppelin DS8 Stromlinien-Cabriolet Spohn 1934
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- Limitierte Auflage 261/300
- Grau, Schwarz
- In Originalverpackung