While no one will mistake the SLS AMG for the car it draws inspiration from, the lineage is obvious, and in this case, cause to celebrate. This week, Mercedes brought an SLS AMG to a Benz gathering in Sedona, California to celebrate the rebirth of its iconic gullwing design. The SLS looked right at home with its brethren, which included a bevy of classic sports cars, including the 300SL on which the SLS is based. The highlight of the get-together (other than the SLS, of course) was an ultra-rare 300SL alloy coupe; raced by motorsport greats Bruce Kessler and Lance Reventlow, it represents just 1 of 29 ever produced. All told, more than 30 historic Mercedes vehicles and hundreds of spectators attended the event.
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