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Mercedes Benz 1967 250SL

$289,000

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Imagine

Imagine an automobile which is arguably the best year of the platform’s production run (more on that later) * and, after 55 years, is still under the same ownership.

*1967 spelled the end of the era when cars were designed and built for enthusiasts without the government looking over the shoulders of engineers. After 1967 became the era of emissions, safety regulations and, as labor costs advanced, rigorous cost cutting measures in manufacture, read ‘cheapening’. Note, this car is titled as a ’68 even though it left the factory in ’67 – an artifact of our DMV system.

Let us build this car to your vision … Note: Sold – completion photos follow:

Soft Top

As Roadster

Interior

Engine

Details

Trunk

Undercarriage

Outdoor Shots

 

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Year: 1967
Make: Mercedes
Model: 250SL
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Condition: Fully Restored, #1
Location: San Diego
Price: $251,000
Engine: SOHC In-Line 6
Exterior Color: #568 signal red
Stock Number: 1011

2 Comments

  • Lowell L Lende| June 6, 2022 at 7:46 pm Reply

    Great YouTube video Brian. I think the blue and yellow license plate on the ’67 250SL should be changed out for the correct license plate for that year of car.

    • Brian Peters| June 7, 2022 at 7:44 am Reply

      Lowel,
      Yes, the ideal situation would be a correct, vintage, YOM (Year Of Manufacture) black plate (not the modern reproduction black and yellow plate), and the icing on the cake would be if it read “1967 250SL.” Our client, the original and current owner, had to give up his original black plate when he ordered his custom plate in the 1970’s (hence the blue & gold).

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