Mercedes-Benz 280 SE Blue

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Model History

Mercedes-Benz emerged from World War II as an automaker with the expensive Type 300 (the actual equivalent to the S Series) and the 300SL roadsters that gained it fame, but it was the simple unibody Pontons that were the volume models. In 1956, Mercedes-Benz started to plan the replacement, and the design focused on passenger comfort and safety.

The basic Ponton cabin was widened and squared off, with larger glass area improving driver visibility. The front and rear crumple zones that would absorb kinetic energy from impact were considered as an extreme innovation, at the time.

The body was modern and featured characteristic tailfins that gave the models their nickname - the fintail. Well maintained SE convertibles are prized possessions today and command strong prices.

Interior

Original Leather, fully new, in Black. All the Woods are new and shiny, giving the interiors the feeling of Luxury and Comfort you deserve..

Exterior

Horizon Blue, with all the Chromes in a perfect condition to reflect the sky while you drive it.

Wheels, Tires and Brakes

4 Wheel Disk Brakes that will give you the insurance that only a Mercedes-Benz can give you.

Engine & Transmission

W111 Engine with 2.8L, and 160 hp, which allows him to reach the 190 km/h, although the weight. It is equipped with a fully restored 4-Speed Automatic Gearbox, for a full comfort in your ride.

Manufacturer Mercedes Benz
Model 280 SE CABRIOLET W111
Type Cabrio
Year 1969
Color Horizon Blue
Engine Brand Mercedes-Benz
Engine Type M130 E28 – 2.778cc / 160hp(117.65kw)

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview

Mercedes-Benz emerged from World War II as an automaker with the expensive Type 300 (the actual equivalent to the S Series) and the 300SL roadsters that gained it fame, but it was the simple unibody Pontons that were the volume models. In 1956, Mercedes-Benz started to plan the replacement, and the design focused on passenger comfort and safety.

Mercedes-Benz 280 SE Blue

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