This original, unrestored classic vehicle is in great condition
inside and out. Powered by a 6-cylinder, 2.8-liter M130 engine with
dual Zenith carburetors and a 4-speed automatic transmission, it
includes power steering, brakes and windows. All accessories
function, even the clock and original Becker Europa radio. The
vehicle has had two owners and has always been garage-kept, as
indicated by the sparkling paint job, chrome and zero rust. Has no
rips, tears or cracks on the dash or in the interior upholstery.
Comes with new vehicle specific trunk, dash, floor mats, front seat
covers and Michelin tires plus spare. Approximately $10,000 spent
on service work and upgrades over the last two years, including the
installation of OEM Bilstein shocks all around, new power steering
pump, recore of the original radiator, new fan clutch and PerTronix
electronic ignition conversion kit. Replaced seals on
air-conditioning compressor, along with evacuating and recharging
the system with R12 refrigerant. Dropped the engine and
transmission to replace all seals and gaskets while also performing
a fresh engine rebuild. Documentation with repair orders of all
services and installed parts are included. Overall, a beautiful,
well-preserved classic that runs excellent and gets a lot of
attention and admiration on the road.
1969 Mercedes-Benz 280S
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