FIVA Identity Card

Mercedes-Benz 220 SE b Cabriolet grün

Mercedes-Benz 220 SE b

The reopening of the Daimler-Benz Factory Museum in February 1961 was the perfect moment to present the new coupés and convertibles in the W 111 series. The media was impressed and applauded the high quality and manufacturing detail of the new series.To this day, the W 111 series coupés and convertibles are considered to be very successful.

Our Mercedes-Benz 220 SE b Convertible was delivered in December 1964 by the dealership in Duisburg/Germany. Since 1981 the classic has been owned by the current owner who at one point had the car licensed in Switzerland. Before 1981 the car had suffered engine failure on a trip to Italy. At the time it received a replaced engine from the MB 230 S with 2 carburetors and 120 PS, so almost a perfect fit. This aggregate has been delivering great service to this day! In 1982 the car received a complete overhaul by Zeilinger Karroseriebau in Munich/Germany. Since 2004 the classi car has been registered in Germany again and is enjoying best care and the occasional outing. Its design combines a moss green metallic exterior with a cognac colored leather interior – perfection!

Doors

  • 2

Fuel

  • Diesel
  • petrol

Miscellaneous

  • FIVA Identity Card
  • registered

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: drum

Steering

  • LHD

Optional equipment

  • replaced engine
  • Replaced engine form MB 230 (2,281 cc, 120 HP)

Timelessly beautiful convertible

BMW 502 F Cabrio gelb

BMW 502 F

The BMW 502 made history as the first German post-war automobile with an 8-cylinder engine. Its characteristics were conservative chassis, modern technology, and expensive. Only approx. 13,000 of these vehicles were sold. The model was a brand win for BMW but not an economic success. The beautiful convertibles were built by Baur in Stuttgart/Germany and Autenrieth in Darmstadt/Germany. According to the BMW archive, only 11 4-door convertibles were built. And apparently only 3 or 4 cars with the strong V-8 engine were delivered.

Our BMW 502 F Convertible by Baur was registered on May 27th, 1955 for Ernst Matthiensen in Frankfurt/Germany. He was a board member at Dresdner Bank and contributed significantly to the resurgence of German banking. The Convertible has been with its current owner since 1998. Before that the rare classic was restored by a German specialty shop. Registered in Germany, this extremely rare oldtimer is ready for a big outing with space and luxury!

Doors

  • 4

Optional equipment

  • additional fan
  • brake booster
  • car radio

Miscellaneous

  • FIVA Identity Card
  • registered

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: drum

Fuel

  • petrol
  • power petrol pump
  • car radio Becker Mexico
  • Navigation system
  • Toolkit
  • BMW certificate
  • Certificated by BMW Veterans Club

Extremely rare convertible with V8 engine

Rolls-Royce Phantom I (Springfield)

In 1906, Rolls-Royce created its worldwide reputation with the “Silver Ghost”. In the 1920s as its genius construction started aging, the Phantom I emerged. Its engine was a brand new construction, but its body stayed the same. Demand rose quickly and 3,453 Chassis of the Phantom I were delivered, 1,241 of which at the American Rolls-Royce factory in Springfield. Naturally, these cars were left hand driven and there were several other technical differences between the English and American construction: The US versions had a 3-speed gearbox and 6-volt battery. But excellent quality was a standard for both models!

Our RR Phantom I was licensed in New York City in 1929. At some point, the town car body was replaced by its current tourer body. From 1980 onward, the Phantom was in Switzerland, was restored completely between 2000 and 2012 and has since been registered in Germany. A FIVA identity card is available. A Rolls-Royce Phantom is always a legendary car but this one is also tremendously elegant.

 

Doors

  • 4

Miscellaneous

  • FIVA Identity Card
  • registered

Brakes

  • front: drum
  • rear: drum

Steering

  • LHD

Fuel

  • petrol
  • 3 speed gearbox (unsynchronized)
  • electrical equipment 6 Volt
  • altered body fourseater tourer

An US manufactored Rolls-Royce

BMW 327

The BMW 327 was, next to the 328 Roadster, THE BMW icon of the 1930s. It’s initial release in the winter of 1937 wasn’t well timed but when a model with 80 PS got introduced in 1938, demand grew rapidly. A solid 1,124 cars of this model were built and its last release was in Hamburg (Germany) in May 1941. The BMW 327 Convertible looks sassy, is sporty and easy to handle and this classic can easily compete in today’s traffic.

Our BMW 327 Convertible was released in Berlin (Germany) in 1939 and its lucky first owner was an artist. Its current owner bought this gem in the mid-90s and restored it completely. The vintage car drives well, has a FIVA Identity Card and is registered in Germany. Car and owner have enjoyed many historic excursions rallies together!

Doors

  • 2

Miscellaneous

  • FIVA Identity Card
  • MATCHING NUMBERS
  • registered

Brakes

  • front: drum
  • rear: drum

Steering

  • LHD

Fuel

  • petrol

Optional equipment

  • spads
  • wheel cover

gorgeous pre-war convertible with FIVA card and MATCHING NUMBERS!

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