1965 MERCEDES 220SE
Color: Tunis Beige Metallic DB462
Interior: German Brown Leather
One owner with the original Florida title on hand.
Matching numbers with original books and manual. Original 13″ rims with hubcaps will come with the car.
Air Conditioning is set from factory and pending installation but complete.
This 220SE convertible is currently under restoration, and the current owner is in Europe and has decided to sell the car completed or AS IS.
COMPLETED: New paint in the DB462 (Tunis Beige Metallic), complete new interior in the German brown leather, new German brown velour carpet, complete new soft top including the padding and headliner. Chrome window frames have been redone and other parts have been chromed. Complete new wood veneer was redone including the instrument cluster. The car only needs engine bay detailing and a full service.
We are selling this Mercedes-Benz 220SE AS IS or completed.
Price Completed $134,900
Original matching numbers, strong engine and transmission.
Total Production: 2,729 units.
The Coupé and Cabriolet
Unlike the previous generation of two-door ponton series, the 220SE designation was used for both the coupe and convertible; both received the same version of the 2195 cc M127 engine. Prices in 1962 were $2,323 US for the coupe and $2,575 US for the cabriolet. Options included a sliding sunroof for the coupe, automatic transmission, power steering, and individual rear seats. (Wikipedia)