1961 Mercedes-Benz 220 SE Cabriolet silver / black top
1961 Mercedes-Benz 220 SE Cabriolet silver / black topSource: Roger
Encino, California, U.S.A.
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Posted: 17 Sep 2003
This is a superb restored 1961 Mercedes 220SE Cabriolet with all original interior, except for the carpeting which was replaced with original factory mouton wool. This beautiful classic has only 78,000 original miles since new. This proves how much TLC was devoted to it and how carefully it was taken care of. The car is 6 cylinder fuel injected with the rare semi-automatic shift with no clutch, a great pleasure to drive. It does not have AC, or power windows, but is equipped with power steering and power brakes. When I drive it around locally, I get tons of admiring, approving rubber necking! It certainly stands out on the highway! The car runs and drives superbly and has absolutely never seen rust or accidents. I just had the car completely stripped down to bare metal and repainted in the early MB bright silver. The car has a superb undercarriage and has the most striking color combo; - silver over deep red with black canvas. It's positively stunning to see and drive! The chrome was mostly redone and new window and rubber door moldings installed after the repaint. This car is ready to be enjoyed. Drive her anywhere you want to go.
Newly repainted in original early silver. Nearly all chrome redone. New window & door rubber moldings. Original interior except for new carpets, using elegant factory mouton wool. Car runs, drives superbly. Turn the key and zoom away!
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From WikipediaThe Mercedes-Benz W128 was a 6-cylinder automobile that was available in sedan, coupé, or cabriolet body styles and produced from October, 1958 to August, 1959 (Cabriolet A/C and Coupé to November, 1960). Its main model, the 220SE, was the last of the "Ponton" series which had design roots and styling cues beginning in 1953 with the Mercedes-Benz 180 sedan. The 220SE featured a unitized body/frame construction and fully independent suspension.
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