This 1963 Mercedes-Benz 220SEb Cabriolet is a documented two-owner example showing comprehensive restoration. The car is finished in Light Blue (DB334) over Blue Leather with a Blue Canvas soft top and power is provided by a 2.2-liter M127 inline-six mated to a 4-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels. Factory equipment includes manual windows, manually-adjustable front seats, a Becker Grand Prix radio, front defrosters, two-speed windshield wipers, a manual antenna and four-wheel disc brakes. Now showing just under 5k miles (TMU) on the odometer with one rollover presumed, this 220SEb Cabriolet is offered for sale by the selling dealer in Weston, Massachusetts with the original manufacturer’s literature, previous ownership records, the original tool kit and a clean Montana title.
The exterior is refinished in factory-correct Light Blue (DB334) with a german-made blue fabric soft top and chrome trim lining the bumpers, side sills and windshield frame along with a single chrome tip exhaust tip. Vertically-stacked quad headlights are mounted up front framing the high grille. Exterior equipment includes a manual antenna, a driver-side door mirror and two-speed wipers with a windshield washer system. The selling dealer indicates the restoration was performed approximately 18 years ago by the selling shop under the current owner’s care.
13” wheels wear paint-matched caps with chrome lips and come fitted with Parkway All-Season tires measuring 185/80. A full-size spare is mounted in the trunk along with the factory tool kit and jack. The 220SEb features dual-wishbone front suspension with swing axle rear suspension and power-assisted disc brakes on all four corners.
The cabin is finished in reupholstered Blue Leather with burl wood trim lining the dashboard, A-pillars, center console, and cluster surround. the seller and restorer reports the soft goods, seats, carpets, and side panels were sourced from GAHH. Both front seats offer manual adjustability with reclining seat backs. Interior appointments include heating and ventilation with a front defroster, manual windows, ventilating corner windows, front and rear seatbelts, a lighter, a lockable glove compartment, a dash-mounted clock and a Becker Grand Prix radio.
The two-spoke steering wheel frames analog instrumentation consisting of a 160-mph speedometer, a 7k-rpm tachometer and gauges for fuel level, oil pressure and coolant temperature. The mechanical odometer shows just under 5k miles (TMU) on the odometer with one rollover presumed.
This W111 cabriolet is powered by a 2.2-liter M127 inline-six which is rated for 120 horsepower and 137 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a floor-shifted 4-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels. The seller notes that extensive service records are included with the car.
This 220SEb Cabriolet reportedly shows two owners since new is said to have spent the majority of its life in California with records showing ownership. This 220SEb Cabriolet is offered for sale by the selling dealer in Weston, Massachusetts with the original manufacturer’s literature, previous ownership records, the original tool kit and a clean Montana title.
The winning bidder will receive an email with the quote and option to proceed with shipping.
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