Mercedes Benz 220SE Cabriolet (W128) (1960)
The 220S debuted at Frankfurt in 1956 as the top of a new line of cars. It used the company's envelope-style “ponton” body and shared a strong family resemblance to the sporty 190SL and legendary 300SL. The Mercedes Benz 220SE was the last of the “ponton” series cars. It was largely identical to its 220S predecessor, except for having fuel injection, or also known as “einspritz” in German, which is reflected in the additional E in its 220SE designation.
This immaculate Mercedes 220SE Cabriolet, finished in a very desirable crème exterior with blue all leather interior. The 1960 RHD Cabriolet variant is very rare and our example has had a complete nut and bolt restoration restored to museum condition and factory standards. It is now very well kept and maintained, and hardly been driven since completion and is in pristine condition. Not to mention it’s full service history with authorised agents and specialists included.
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