1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Saloon  Chassis no. 10801422046745 Engine no. 12998022023614

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Lot 680A
1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Saloon
Registration no. YMO 225F Chassis no. 10801422046745 Engine no. 12998022023614

Sold for £ 6,900 (US$ 8,634) inc. premium
1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Saloon
Registration no. YMO 225F
Chassis no. 10801422046745
Engine no. 12998022023614

Footnotes

  • First shown at Frankfurt in 1965, the ‘S’ Class Mercedes-Benz range was outwardly distinguishable from preceding models by a new, sleeker bodyshell with lower roof and waistlines and increased glass area. All models featured similar all-independent suspension as well as four-wheel disc brakes and power-assisted steering. Although developed from the preceding 220 model’s 2.2-litre unit, the new 2.5-litre engine of the 250S incorporated numerous improvements, including a seven-bearing crankshaft, and produced 130bhp at 5,400rpm, good enough for a top speed of 112mph. As one would expect, the fuel-injected engine of the 250SE improved on these figures, delivering a maximum power output of 150bhp (DIN), which raised the top speed of this luxurious saloon to 120mph.
    This classic ‘stacked headlamp’ Mercedes-Benz 250SE saloon was restored in 1993 at a cost of around £15,000 and remains in very good condition throughout, with only some minor interior improvements required to bring it up to concours condition. The car is a right-hand drive model equipped with the optional four-speed automatic transmission, and is finished in green metallic with tan interior. An elegant and imposing car, built to last and cheap to insure, it is offered with sundry restoration invoices, current road fund licence, Swansea V5 document and MoT to April 2009.

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