The Mercedes-Benz W114 and W115 models are a series of sedans and coupés produced froùm 1968 until 1976, and distinguished by names relating to their engine size. W114 models featured six-cylinder engines and were marketed as the 230, 250, and 280, while W115 models featured four-cylinder engines and were marketed as the 200, 220, 230, and 240. All were styled by Paul Bracq. At the time Mercedes marketed sedans in two size classes, with the W114/W115 positioned below the Mercedes S-Class. Like its larger variant this car also boasted advanced technological innovations. 1969 saw the introduction of the Bosch D-Jetronic fully electronic fuel injection system into the 250CE. This was the first ever production Mercedes-Benz to use this system. Other innovations in the W114/W115 models include a center console (a first in a Mercedes sedan), ribbed taillights in 1974. All coupé models used the 6-cylinder engine (and thus were W114s) and were designated with a "C" in the model name. >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this
The 1960’s and early 1970’s were a time where the Mercedes-Benz badge represented something much different than what the German automakers are known for today. There was no exotic McLaren SLRs or tire smoking AMG Black Series brutes that we so commonly associate with Mercedes-Benz. Instead, they represented something much simpler. It was a time where the three-point badge symbolized a brand that was highly focused on building cars that were authentic to what Mercedes valued in an automobile. They remained absent from any influence by external demands, battles for fastest time around the Nürburgring or really any adversity of substance. Without these factors dictating the direction of Mercedes Benz, they placed a priority on the build quality and engineering surrounding their cars with dignified aesthetics if you will. The 250C was built on the W114 platform, equipped with a 2.5L straight-six-cylinder engine, falling below the S-Class model range. It served as an entry level Mercedes but still well engineered and a much more handsome coupe in comparison to the sedans. 1971 Marks the last of the truly hand-built Mercedes-Benz road cars, and the simple un-altered original intent for t
Car Condition: Show Level This 1972 Mercedes Benz 250C Coupe had a recent complete comprehensive nut and bolt restoration to an extreme high level. This meticulous restoration had every component done to exact factory standards and a there are a lot of NOS parts on the car. The car was restored its original color. This is one of the finest restoration examples in the world, and it would be hard to find a better one. This is a museum quality piece that would compliment any Mercedes Benz collection. The car is an automatic on the floor, bucket seats, power windows, A/C and a Becker Europa AM/FM original radio with Hirschmann antenna. This is one of the finest restoration examples in the world, and it would be hard to find a better one.