Mercedes-Benz 190 Dc was a model in the Mercedes-Benz Series 110 line of cars designated W 110 D I. It replaced the "Ponton" Mercedes-Benz model 190 Db and ran from 1961 until 1965.
A car of the "Fintail Mercedes" nickname, it incorporated an in-line, four-cylinder diesel engine that put out 55 horsepower. Transmission options ranged from a four-speed manual to a four-speed automatic. There were also two variants: a 190 Dc Universal model, which came out for 1965, and a chassis-only 190 Dc model used in building special-purpose car bodies.
Features ranged widely during the model's career, from round headlights, a shorter front, and indicator lights integrated with the rear end of the front mud guards to structural aspects based generally on the Mercedes-Benz 220 b. The last included the sibling's suspension (both the front and rear axles), a 50mm-shorter wheelbase, dual-circuit power brakes, and front-wheel brake discs.
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