The Vault is pleased to announce the opportunity to snag this classy 1964 Mercedes-Benz 220SE for yourself. This vintage gem has had two owners with the first being an Air Force General who purchased it on European delivery. The second owner purchased it in 2011 from the estate of the first owner.
Blanketed in a glossy tan paint, this classic Mercedes shows in excellent condition. Since ownership, the rear end has been rebuilt, the paint has been touched up, and the engine compartment has been detailed. Even more, the paint has been ceramic coated so it shines brightly and without any blemishes. The dash pad, horn pad, steering wheel, door felt, ignition switch, front seats, tires, clutch, and alternator have all been replaced. Even all of the wood trim has been refurbished.
Powering this elegant beauty is a fuel-injected 6-cylinder engine equipped with an overhead cam and backed by a four-speed transmission. Open the doors wide to reveal a luxurious dark green leather interior that can fit the whole family. Even more, it retains the factory air conditioning.
Sale of the car includes an extensive pile of documents including the invoice, original owner's documents, service manual, NATO discount receipt, shipping manifest, bill of lading, U.S. duty inspection, port of entry permit, etc. Even more it includes 8 full years of receipts totaling $30,000 from repairs and refurbishing.
If this classy 1964 Mercedes-Benz 220SE is calling your name, contact The Vault today. The car is listed at $16,900, but feel free to send them a fair offer. See how you can get acquire this beauty to take the family on weekend adventures in style and luxury. Jaws will drop and heads will turn when this beaut pulls up to the local car show, or simply pulling up to the grocery store.
This vehicle is part of the Vault's Classic Car Christmas Auction; an online auction with over 100 collector cars and motorcycles. The lots are open for bidding and will close on December 5th. Click here to learn more about bidding.
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