Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Automatic
First Registration 1962, Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Automatic, W112
4-Speed Automatic Gearbox
Leather and Wood Interior
Swiss Road Registration with „Veteran“ entry
The Mercedes-Benz 300 SE (W112) was launched as a replacement for the big 300d Adenauer saloon and was equipped with the three-litre in-line six-cylinder (M189 engine). To distinguish it optically from the similarly constructed W111 (Mercedes-Benz 220 SE), it was upgraded with various luxurious features and details. The exterior of the W112 featured considerably more chrome and luxury equipment such as power steering, air suspension and automatic transmission as standard. This top model cost almost twice the price of a 220 SE. The performance of the 300 SE was top of the range for Mercedes saloons. A special feature that could only be found on the 300 SE: the 300 SE lettering with a chrome lining was placed on the boot lid. The 300 SE lettering on the C-pillars also underlined the proud character of this luxury saloon. This luxury continued into the interior, expressed with plenty of chrome, wood and leather. The characteristically arched rear wing gave the 300 SE the name “Heckflosse” and was further accentuated by the chrome trim on the side. Only about 5,200 units of the W112 were built between 1961 and 1965.
This rare Mercedes-Benz 300 SE is in an optically and mechanically very good condition. The sophisticated driving experience and the luxurious interior give this saloon a wide range of possibilities. The tasteful colour scheme in Bordeaux red with black leather interior underlines the extraordinary exclusivity.
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