Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to present this 1967
Mercedes Benz 250se for sale! This is a true survivor car. All
original and still runs as good as it did back in 1967! The W111
was a chassis code for a range of Mercedes cars produced between
1959 and 1971. This particular car is a stunning example of a 1967
250SE Coupe. The consignor states that this car was bought new in
Germany, eventually brought over here to the states, and is as
original as it gets. All original parts along with factory details
including the jack stand plugs and spare tire tag in trunk. All the
original carpeting, green leather interior, and luggage straps are
intact. The car has the original M129 2,496cc engine. The paint is
all original. Everything is operational except the clock. The
Becker radio works along with the sunroof. With only a little over
5,000 250 se coupes being made, this car is a true survivor to
still be in the shape that it is. This is definitely a very cool
car. Rides like a dream. Ready to move on to a new home! This 250SE
Coupe is for sale by our Indianapolis showroom and can be seen in
detail including 100+ HD photos and an HD video at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call
our staff at (317) 688-1100 or email us at
[email protected] If you want to see it for
yourself, stop in to our Indianapolis Showroom located at 4400 W.
96th St., Indianapolis, IN 46268.
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