Registration EKH 954K
Chassis Number 11402312008095
Odometer reading 83000
The W114 coupé heralded a completely new range of cars for Mercedes-Benz. Unlike everything else on offer, this car did not take any previous elements from the standard 180 from the 1950's. A new designer, Paul Bracq, was introduced, who penned a pure and uncluttered motorcar. The roof line came down and the seats were lowered to maintain headroom. The pillars were removed and all four windows wound down completely out of sight. The engine was a 2.5 litre, fuel injected unit with Bosch Jetronic injection, delivering 148bhp and propelling this model up to a perfectly respectable 115mph.
This 250C was first registered in the state of California in 1972 and the history files suggest that a change of ownership from Mr. Hieduke, in North Hollywood, to a Mr. Carhart, in suburban Los Angeles, took place in 2012. The history file accompanying this car comes complete with servicing and maintenance records dating back to July 2011 from North Hollywood. The majority of the invoices relate to perishables such as filters, oil, pads and discs and, of course, a selection of tuning related work to the carburettors and a host of other remedial work to replace worn seals, gaskets, bushings, cables, bearings and a host of suspension components. The total amount of invoices going back to 2011 substantiate over $6,500 for its time in USA. Recent work carried out last year includes a new alternator and belt along with fitting a new replacement fuel tank. Being a US derived model, this example has the larger displacement 2.7 litre inline six engine more commonly associated with the 280C, however it comes equipped with carburettors rather than the European specification Bosch D-Jetronic system.
Presented in factory cream with brown pinstriping, complemented by, unmarked, brown velour seats without headrests and without the column shift. This is a delightful 250C that is extremely original and unrestored, it's evident that its owners have really taken care of it mechanically. Upon closer inspection, this is a very original coupé with lots of character and an ideal car for any Mercedes-Benz enthusiast or collector.
This 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Cabriolet is an extremely original example that just came out of single family ownership. White with ivory interior. It's a very honest driver with an automatic transmission and air conditioning. A great buy at just $87,500
On behalf of a private seller a Mercedes 250 SE for sale in Greece.
According to the vendor the car is in excellent condition.
In the same family since new and totally original.
164,946 KMS on the clock that owner confirms to be true & correct.
Engine rebuilt in 2011 and since then the car .....
Date of manufacture: 1967
Exterior colour: Silver Gray Metallic (180G) | Interior trim: Black leather
WE ARE DELIGHTED TO OFFER THIS EXCEPTIONAL RESTORED 1967 MERCEDES-BENZ 250SL FROM A LONG FAMILY OWNERSHIP & IMPORTED FROM GREECE. THE CAR HAS BEEN WELL MAINTAINED & RESTORED TO MAKE FOR AN EXCELLENT .....
A very original Mercedes-Benz E250 Diesel built in 1993 with only 56.779 km. With all the maintance history and in it’s first paint.
The exterior of this E250 D is performed in its original beige colour, which is in very good condition. The Mercedes is in very good condition and equipped .....
The 250 SL was the rarest of all models "Pagode". Just about 5200 cars were built in one production year. And it was the first Pagode with 4 disc brakes. This car has an automatic gearbox and power steering, which makes it a very smooth driver. The car comes with an original hardtop. The SL is in a .....
For sale a Mercedes Benz 250S W108 from 1967, converted to an hearse.
Originally this car had a petrol engine but was converted to diesel.
This funeral car is in very good condition for its age. Was totally restored few years ago. Starts at first time. Drives perfectly.
There are some cosmetic .....
Wonderful 1968 Mercedes Benz 250 SE convertible. This original European car is a factory produced convertible and not a coupe conversion. A few years ago the car was meticulously and professionally restored. Time and money were of no concern during this process! The bodywork is sublime and has the correct .....
From 1965 to 1971 Mercedes-Benz built the model series W111, in that period 21,098 coupes were built. How many cars are built with a sliding roof is not known. The W111 model quickly gained the nickname "Flosse" or "Heckflosse" or in English-speaking countries "Finnie". The tail fins .....