At the apex of luxurious indulgence
|1936 Mercedes may break $16.4M sale record at auction|
(From The Los Angeles Times) When Gisela von Krieger died in 1989, the legal team sorting out her estate found a car hidden in a Connecticut barn.
Untouched for three decades, the vehicle was an automotive time capsule. Old maps of New York and Connecticut filled the door pockets. A woman's driving glove rested in the glove box. Pink lipstick-stained cigarette butts sat in the ashtray.
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