1964

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

Mercedes-Benz 220 SE b blau

Mercedes-Benz 220 SE b

At the Geneva Salon in March 1959 several manufacturers showed the new “trapeze line” that Pininfarina had created: BMC with the Austin A 55, Fiat with the models 1800 and 2100 and also Alfa Romeo. Daimler-Benz designed the new body with tail fin under the leadership of the design genius Karl Wilfert. When the car industry media was introduced to the new cars in August 1959 they raved about their understated elegance and its generous spacial design.

Our Mercedes 220 SE b is the top model with the amazing 120 PS injection engine, it was delivered in Italy, was owned by the church in Calabria for a long time and is now registered in Germany. It’s seemingly untouched body is impressive and the fabric of its interior must have been renewed at some point. This classic is distinguished and elegant and original cars of this model series have become rare.

Doors

  • 4

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: drum

Steering

  • LHD

Miscellaneous

  • MATCHING NUMBERS
  • registered

Fuel

  • petrol

Discreet elegance and lots of space

Triumph TR4 grün

Triumph TR4

Mercedes-Benz 220 SE b

Peugeot 404

Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray

When the first Corvette was introduced in 1953, it looked much faster than it was. But the staid image of Chevrolet has since been revamped on a grand scale. Since 1964, the Corvette was called “Sting Ray” and was finally considered mature. Even today, the Corvette is considered America’s very own sports car.

Our Sting Ray is a convertible with a hardtop. The sports car has been extensively restored and received the stronger 350 cid V8 engine. The four-speed gearshift with “Hurst Shifter”, the exhaust fan brummer and the “Knock-off” aluminum wheels with central lock make the appeal of this classic car. Correct parts were a key focus of the restoration. The original but outdated radio and the mechanical clock with electric wind up are result of that focus. A current valuation report is available and the Corvette is approved in Germany.

Doors

  • 2

Optional equipment

  • alloy wheels
  • car radio
  • hardtop

Brakes

  • front: drum
  • rear: drum

Steering

  • LHD

Fuel

  • petrol

Miscellaneous

  • registered
  • enigne: 350 cid Chevrolet V8
  • “hurst shifter”
  • “knock off” aluminum rims

American dream car

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