Mercedes-Benz Classic Center Info

The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center USA was created along the lines of the renowned Mercedes-Benz Classic Center in Fellbach, Germany. Located in Irvin, CA,  it is the first such facility to be established in the United States by an automotive manufacturer.  The Classic Center provides specialized services for Mercedes-Benz classic vehicles, which are defined as models twenty years out of production.

Mercedes-Benz Classic Center - vintage partsSince opening the facility in California during 2005, the Classic Center operations have expanded to include the purchase and sale of classic vehicles as well as appraisal and repair services.  An inventory of vintage vehicles is on hand and available for use in recreating the unique Mercedes driving experiences from years past. They offer several services including parts availability and pricing assistance as well as technical information.  In addition, the Classic Collection – a boutique featuring Mercedes-Benz classic accessories and automobilia – can be viewed on their website.

Mercedes-Benz Classic Center USA
Website
Phone: 866-622-5277 (866-MBCLASSIC)
Irvine, California

The last time I visited the Classic Center USA they had a large inventory of parts. The staff is very helpful with respect to finding the older Mercedes-Benz parts and accessories. If the Classic Center does not have the parts you are seeking, they will likely know where you might find them.

MBUSA – Montvale, NJ
Website
When seeking Mercedes-Benz parts and information, if all else fails contact MBUSA customer service and they should be able to point you in the right direction.
Mercedes-Benz USA
Customer Assistance Center
3 Paragon Drive, Montvale, N.J. 07645
Phone: 800-367-6372

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If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us at:
Greg Magnus
Phone: 804-915-7379

Mercedes-Benz Classic Center Historical Information

Mercedes-Benz Classic Center - Irvin, CA - interior photoPeter Spieth was the appointed manager of the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center in 2005. He took over from Christian Treiber who had been holding this position since July 2003 and then assumed a leading position in the parts and marketing unit of Mercedes-Benz USA.

After the opening of the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center (Germany) in May 1993, Peter Spieth headed the Genuine Mercedes-Benz Replacement Parts department within the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center. When it was decided to set up a Classic Center for the American market in the USA, the project manager responsible appointed Peter Spieth who, from 2001, supervised the establishment of the Classic Center at Mercedes- Benz USA, which was opened in the summer of 2005.

2 Comments so far »

  1. John Pfleiderer said,

    Wrote on February 8, 2010 @ 11:45 am

    I am seeking all information in regard to my 1961 Mercedes 190b sedan. Vehicle Identification Number 121010-10-017611. If there is any information on where this car was produced, what dealer it was sold at, and the original customer taking delivery would be of assistance. I would like any information on the range of production of this type, including the number produced for each year of production. Any factory photos, specifications, or advertising copies would be of great assistance. John R. Pfleiderer addresss 17719 Meadow Ridge, Minnetonka Minnesota 55345. Telephone (952)449-0264.

  2. Clayton A. Moizo III said,

    Wrote on October 8, 2011 @ 12:06 pm

    I’m trying to establish a rear valance made by AMG and the stamp on the fiberglass reads AMG # 788 00 32. The car that I bought it for is a (EURO) 1979 450SLC and I was told it would fit my car. But the screw hole pattern matches perfect w/the oem holes in bumper where the old 3-piece panels that screwed to bumper except they have a curve lip that raps around bumper bottom edge, and this one just is flat at the edge. Any Ideas or help w/part # and what model it’s for would really help.
    Regards, Clay @ 480.268.0791 cell any time.
    Also have a 1988 560SEC

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