1964 MERCEDES 220SE
(* Main photo showing a completed Mercedes 220SE W111 Coupe, courtesy of Barrett Jackson)
This is undoubtedly a car of wonderful character and presence, particularly with the rarity and desirability that comes from such a full restoration work.
“SE” fuel injection with four-speed transmission
This Mercedes 220SE Coupe is currently under restoration, both on the exterior and the interior.
Price is AS IS, once completed the price will be adjusted. **
Same owner for many years.
The coupe made its debut in Stuttgart in February 1961, with the convertible following later at the Frankfurt show. In either form, these were elegant and expensive motor cars with the superior engineering and luxurious outfitting that both American and European buyers came to expect from the marque that was producing models as stately as the 600 Pullman and as sporting as the 230 SL.
With mechanical fuel injection, disc brakes, and power steering, it was one of the most sophisticated family cars available in its day. This luxurious model was the last of the hand-built Mercedes.
With a chassis code of 111.021, Benz produced 14,173 examples of the Mercedes 220SE Coupe from 1961 to 1965.