If a regal ride could evoke a regal past with modern technology throughout, it’s most definitely this stunning 1975 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Maybach W100 that’s been fully restored and thoroughly modernized over the course of seven years at a cost of over $3 million. The work wasn’t just done by some random shop, either. It was meticulously overseen by both Mercedes-Benz Classic and Daimler AG, and the exterior of the W100 was perfectly maintained as a result. The vehicle’s original gearbox and 6.3-liter V8 engine were kept and refurbished, a surprise given the fact that the car had a mere 1,000 original miles on it. The plush limo has modern amenities like a folding table, flat-screen TV, surround sound system, minifridge with bar and glasses, an electrochromic glass roof, heated and ventilated seats, privacy curtains, an intercom system, Bluetooth, air suspension modern HVAC, and even a ceiling with Swarovski crystals embedded within. The car even has five original keys, a service contract, and instruction manuals. Auto Leitner has it up for sale for a cool $2.33 million, a relative bargain for the amount of work put into it.