Gateway Classic Cars of Las Vegas is pleased to present this 1964
Mercedes Benz 220SB W111 model in white with brown vinyl interior
carrying early California Black License plates. The Mercedes Benz
W111 was a chassis code given to a range of Mercedes-Benz vehicles
produced between 1959 and 1971, including four-door saloons
(1959-1968) and two-door coupes and cabriolets (1961 to 1971).
Their bodywork featured distinctive tailfins that gave the models
their Heckflosse nickname - German for "fintail". Introduced with a
2.2 liter inline 6 cylinder engine all models shared the 2195 cc
M127 straight-six engine producing 95 hp at 4800 rpm and capable of
accelerating the heavy car to 160 km/h (155 if fitted with optional
automatic gearbox). The 220Sb featured twin carburetors and
produced 110 hp at 5000 rpm, raising top speed to 103 mph) and
improving 0-62 mph) acceleration to 15 seconds (16 on the 220b).
The interior has roll up windows with an early air conditioning
unit still in place as well as the original Mercedes Benz hub caps
and all the chrome pieces still in place. The original jack is in
the trunk as well as second set of Mercedes Benz Hub Caps in the
trunk. Driving this Mercedes Benz is like stepping back in time
when Mercedes were beginning to build their reputation in the
United States based on quality of build and safety elements that
are carried on in current model year vehicles. It can be seen in
greater detail including 100+ HD images and HD video a
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1964 Mercedes-Benz 220
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