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1965 Mercedes-Benz 220SEb

1965 Mercedes-Benz 220SEb

Highest Quality 220SEb Cabriolet we've seen!

This 220SEb Cabriolet has been restored in the factory midnight blue (color code 904). A magnificent paint job was done on a bare body with extreme attention to detail both inside and out. Undercarriage and trunk were done completely; detailed with cad-plated fuel and brake lines and all new brackets to hold them up. Engine bay fully restored to...
This 220SEb Cabriolet has been restored in the factory midnight blue (color code 904). A magnificent paint job was done on a bare body with extreme...

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1967 Mercedes-Benz 300SE

1967 Mercedes-Benz 300SE

One of only 708 Produced.

This 300SE cabriolet has 135,580 original miles and is one of only 708 cabriolets built by Mercedes-Benz. It came fully loaded, with a floor-shift automatic transmission, two short center armrests, right side mirror, factory Behr air conditioning, and right side headrest only (as they were often ordered). The following is a list of the work ...
This 300SE cabriolet has 135,580 original miles and is one of only 708 cabriolets built by Mercedes-Benz. It came fully loaded, with a floor-shift...

$59,000

1968 Mercedes-Benz 230S

1968 Mercedes-Benz 230S

SOLD!! Less than 13,000 Original Miles!

An amazing 230S sedan with only 12,728 original miles and beatifully preserved, this great example of a super-low miles sedan looks and feels like a brand new car. From the opening and closing of the doors to the incredibly quiet operating of the trunk, that still smells like brand new! This is probably one of the best examples in the world...
An amazing 230S sedan with only 12,728 original miles and beatifully preserved, this great example of a super-low miles sedan looks and feels like ...

$160,000

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL

Beautifully preserved California Car!

This is an extremely original two-owner California car. The car was sold new by the Lloyd Pearson dealership in Pasadena, California. It still maintains the original paint (no, has not been repainted!), the ivory color (670H) with the original Cognac MB-tex interior. The car has 88,000 original miles (remember, CA miles have the impact of a ...
This is an extremely original two-owner California car. The car was sold new by the Lloyd Pearson dealership in Pasadena, California. It still mai...

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1961 Mercedes-Benz 190SL

1961 Mercedes-Benz 190SL

Impeccable Ground Up Restoration!

COMING SOON!
COMING SOON!

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1959 Mercedes-Benz 220S

1959 Mercedes-Benz 220S

Sold! Very Original Northern CA Car!

This is truly one of the best unrestored examples of an original 220S Cabriolet U.S. model that we have seen in the last 30 years. The 220S Cabriolet was built from July 1956 to Oct. 1959, with a combined production total of 3,429 (for the Coupe and Cabriolet). After a thorough examination around the body we are comfortable to say that 85-90...
This is truly one of the best unrestored examples of an original 220S Cabriolet U.S. model that we have seen in the last 30 years. The 220S Cabrio...

$89,000

1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE

1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE

A True Low-Grille Coupe from California!

This low-grille 280SE coupe was purchased new from the Mercedes-Benz dealer “House of Imports” in Brea, CA in August 1970 and is a great example of a true California Car. The lack of rust, corrosion and other signs of aging make this car a wonderful survivor. I have no doubt that it could be driven coast-to-coast, or be someone's only car, wit...
This low-grille 280SE coupe was purchased new from the Mercedes-Benz dealer “House of Imports” in Brea, CA in August 1970 and is a great example of...

$135,000

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL

Very Original 280SL in Excellent Condition

This is a very nice 280SL that has a very well documented history from the day it left the showroom floor. In August 1969, Mr. Charles T. Davis went to the Mercedes dealer and traded in his 1968 250SL (a one year old car) for this 1969 dark green 280SL. (As you can see from the “Bill of Sale” the dealer gave him a trade-in allowance of $6,029 f...
This is a very nice 280SL that has a very well documented history from the day it left the showroom floor. In August 1969, Mr. Charles T. Davis we...