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Ad Agency Turns 1991 Mercedes-Benz 190 Into A Meeting Room Complete With Refigerated Bar At The Trunk

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Ad agency Antoni has transformed a  classic 1991 Mercedes-Benz 190 into a meeting room. It has a working tape deck and a refrigerated bar built into the trunk. 

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A Berlin-based Ad agency for Mercedes-Benz, Antoni, has re-purposed a 1991 Mercedes-Benz 190 as one of its meeting room.

After purchasing the car for $940, Antoni worked with architect friends to transform the 190 into a four-person meeting room.





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To create the mini-office, the floor and one side of the non-working 190 was removed. The front seats was turned around to face the rear, while the backseat was replaced with two bucket seats.

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The trunk that normally houses a spare tyre is now a fully-stocked refigerated bar. It also has a functional cassette player.

According to Antoni, getting the car to the third floor of the building was the most difficult part of the project.

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To get the car into the space, a heavy-duty transporter was used to tip it sideways to fit through the window.





About The classic Mercedes-Benz 190

The Mercedes-Benz W201, marketed under variants of the Mercedes-Benz 190, was the first compact executive car from Mercedes-Benz.

The 190 is powered by a M102. 921 engine producing 90 hp. The 190 E is fitted with an M102. 962 engine producing 122 hp.

The popular 1980s luxury sedan was discontinued in 1993 after the production of approximately 1.8 million examples. The Mercedes-Benz W202, produced from 1993–2000 under the C-Class model names, replaced the 190.





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