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1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet
1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet
a (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet b (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet c (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet d (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet e (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet f (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet g (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet h (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet i (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet j (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet k (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet l (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet m (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet n (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet o (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet p (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet q (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet r (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet s (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet t (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet u (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet v (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet w (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet x (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet y (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet z (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet z1 (Large) 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SE Auto Cabriolet


Lot Number: 394
Result inc Premium: £76,680
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Aug 2022
  • Chassis number: 11102322087114
Just 954 Mercedes‑Benz 250 SE Cabriolets were built between 1965 and 1967, so even in their native Germany, they were rare machines. Here, they were even scarcer ‑ it's believed that just 26 came to the UK in right‑hand drive form.

This is one of those cars, registered in January 1967. After its initial owner, the following one kept it from February 1969 until 2021 ‑ the sales invoice to her being present in the paperwork. £7000 has recently been spent on recommissioning, including £149 on a fuel sender unit, £1330 on a stainless steel exhaust, £611 on a fuel injection pump, and £2400 on labour. The new parts fitted are detailed in an invoice.

Included in the well‑organised history folder is the current V5C, original green logbook, and Mercedes‑Benz handbook and other booklets, including the bonus of a commercially‑produced hardback work on the  W110, W111 and W112 models. The MoT certificates include the current one, which expires in August 2022, as well as previous ones from 1990 and 2001. A handful of invoices from the 1980s to 2001 show that the transmission was reconditioned in 2001 at 88,638 miles, at a cost of £1030.92. One interesting curio in the file is an unstamped and unused fuel rationing coupon booklet dating from the 1973 fuel crisis.  

A tonneau cover is also present, as is the spare wheel, battery charger, a jack and a wheel brace.  

Externally, the car is in very good condition, with a clean, well‑fitting hood and tidy chrome (save for some lifting on the top of the radiator grille, around the badge mount). The inside is generally well‑preserved but there is damage to the wood on the dash‑top ‑ a common problem on these cars caused by sunlight through the windscreen ‑ and a missing carpet in the driver's footwell. The leather seats show some patination commensurate with the car's age.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 20TH OCTOBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
Just 954 Mercedes-Benz 250 SE Cabriolets were built between 1965 and 1967, so even in their native Germany, they were rare machines. Here, they were even scarcer - it's believed that just 26 came to the UK in right-hand drive form. This is one of those cars, registered in January 1967. After its initial owner, the following one kept it from February 1969 until 2021 - the sales invoice to her being present in the paperwork. £7000 has recently been spent on recommissioning, including £149 on a fuel sender unit, £1330 on a stainless steel exhaust, £611 on a fuel injection pump, and £2400 on labour. The new parts fitted are detailed in an invoice. Included in the well-organised history folder is the current V5C, original green logbook, and Mercedes-Benz handbook and other booklets, including the bonus of a commercially-produced hardback work on the W110, W111 and W112 models. The MoT certificates include the current one, which expires in August 2022, as well as previous ones from 1990 and 2001. A handful of invoices from the 1980s to 2001 show that the transmission was reconditioned in 2001 at 88,638 miles, at a cost of £1030.92. One interesting curio in the file is an unstamped and unused fuel rationing coupon booklet dating from the 1973 fuel crisis. A tonneau cover is also present, as is the spare wheel, battery charger, a jack and a wheel brace. Externally, the car is in very good condition, with a clean, well-fitting hood and tidy chrome (save for some lifting on the top of the radiator grille, around the badge mount). The inside is generally well-preserved but there is damage to the wood on the dash-top - a common problem on these cars caused by sunlight through the windscreen - and a missing carpet in the driver's footwell. The leather seats show some patination commensurate with the car's age. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 20TH OCTOBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Aug 2022
  • Chassis number: 11102322087114
Result inc Premium: £76,680

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