Mercedes-Benz 250SE Convertible, 1967


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{{ $t('Country') }} Belgium
{{ $t('Make') }} Mercedes-Benz
{{ $t('Model') }} 250SE Convertible
{{ $t('Year') }} 1967
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{{ $t('VIN') }} 12088491

In 1960, this sedan-based coupé was added to the Mercedes-Benz line-up, with a two-door convertible version following shortly after. In this one, both the fixed roof and the drop-top were designated 220SE. In 1965, the 220SE was replaced by the 250SE, which received Mercedes' latest M129 2500cc in-line six-cylinder engine. The new 150hp engine significantly improved performance. The W111 was a pioneer in passive safety, both inside and out. In the interior, all the sharply projecting compartments were lined, the safety steering wheel was fitted and the protruding sounds changed. The crumple zone and safety cage designed by Béla Barényi were also integrated into this car. Only 954 of this Mercedes 250SE version (chassis code 111.023) were produced between 09/65 and 12/67. The car was bought in 2016 at Topclassics in Ieper. Since purchase, the car was further overhauled motor wise. The car is in good condition: bodywork has some minor imperfections - as shown in the photo gallery. The interior needs further fine-tuning to bring the car into top condition.

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