1966 Mercedes Benz 300SE AMG 6.3 cabriolet, S/N 112 023 12 009332, DB180 Silver with red leather and black convertible top, one-off 112 chassis cabriolet uprated in 1978 by the AMG factory to include Mercedes Benz 6.3 litre M100 V8 engine and ZF 5 speed manual transmission, additional accessories from period of Hella driving lights, Becker short-wave radio, Convoy radar detector, Mercedes Benz alloy wheels, headlight washer/wipers, standard 300SE appointments of air suspension, power windows, Becker Mexico radio, exterior chrome trim, Roser leather, walnut dash and instrument binnacle, voluminous history file includes original AMG invoices, original data card, original dealer invoice from Sigrist Motor Company of Montclair, New Jersey, April 26, 1966 to first owner Mr. Rockhill of Glen Ridge, New Jersey who took European delivery in Geneva, CH, copy of bill-of-sale April 11, 1977 from Mr. Rockhill to Mercedes Benz M100 specialist Mr. Karl Middelhauve, who commissioned the AMG upgrades for his personal use, original short-wave and radar detector brochures, original owner’s manuals, 300SE showroom brochure, The Star magazine 1992 6.3 feature story, shown in Michael Wiedmaier’s Merced
left-hand-drive 1966 mercedes benz 300 se amg 6300cc convertible silver 5-speed alloy-wheels leather manual red-leather v8 fast german petrol red-interior
37 Chestnut Street
Needham, 2492, Alabama
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