Khodrocar - According to the listing, Hitler's righthand man and personal driver, Erich Kempka, chauffeured the dictator through the streets of Germany in this very vehicle during WWII.
Much like the armored vehicles of presidents and other government leaders of today, this Merc was loaded down with protective gear. The windshield is said to be bulletproof along with the incredibly hefty bodywork, shielding its passengers in case of a major threat.
And luxurious it was. Daimler offered up its best efforts with the 770K Grosser of which only five examples still exist, according to the sellers. This one was fitted with a plush interior fit for a king with a powerplant to match. A 7.7-liter supercharged straight-eight engine sailed the car around with ease, producing 230-horsepower in total. It was described as a "tour de force" by the German automaker, and after 78 years, that statement still stands true.
This Benz was eventually seized by the Allied forces and brought into the United States. It's had several owners since Hitler's demise some 70 years ago including a few trips back and forth between America and Europe, eventually landing here to be put up for auction.
Source: The Drive