Type: Used Year: 1967 Make: Mercedes-Benz Model: 250 SE Body: Convertible Trans: Automatic Stock 67250SL Mileage: 96115 Engine Size: 2.5L Ext Color: Green Int Color: Brown Vin: 088525
1966 Mercedes-Benz 250SE VIN: 111021 10 085193 This Mercedes 250 SE is an original southern California car that has been restored to the highest level. The accident and rust free coupe was disassembled in 1989 by then owner, Steve Serrels of Orange County, CA, and stripped down to its component parts for a nut and bolt restoration. Serrels, who is recognized as one of the finest painters in California, did the body and paintwork. As it is with many ambitious restorations, this project stalled, and by the late '90s the car had been stored away in a climate-controlled garage. In 2012 Serrels' friend Daniel Landeros, who is well known for finishing Mercedes restoration projects, resurrected the enterprise. Over the next 8 months the 250 SE was reassembled and completed. Every part that was not up to concours standards was replaced with either NOS parts, or new parts directly from Mercedes-Benz. Chrome plating was done by Christensen Plating, famous for several Pebble Beach winners over the last 40 years, and the Macassar ebony woodwork was restored by Madera Concepts. Particular attention was given to the undercarriage and engine bay ensuring that this magnificent restoration sets its
A rare opportunity to own a ZF 5-speed version of the iconic Mercedes Pagoda is here. This is a great running and driving Mercedes 250 SL for sale. Includes both a hard and soft top. Original engine. Click the photo for more details!
--Graphite Grey with Tan interior and Tan German square weave carpeting, 2.5L overhead-cam fuel injected inline 6-cylinder engine, 4-speed automatic transmission, 49,000 miles from new, Original factory Becker ‘Europa’ radio, Rare California Coupe specification with single rear bench seat. The stylish Mercedes-Benz W113 was presented at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show and replaced both the expensive 300SL and entry-level 190SL with one medium-priced two-seat sports car. The elegant body was designed by Bela Barenyi with patented concave hardtop, soon called the "Pagoda." These SL’s have proven to be timeless in their appeal. Not only timeless in appearance, the SL is also one of the best-handling classic sports cars of its era with road manners years ahead of most of their contemporaries. The 250 SL was produced from December of 1966 to January 1968 making it the rarest of the W 113 series cars from Mercedes Benz at that time. Of the 5,196 manufactured in the one short year of production, only about 1,700 were sold in the U.S. This rare 250 SL California Coupe was originally delivered to California and remained in the Golden State until only a few years ago. It was originally delivered