1969 Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3 Saloon
Complete with original German registration and service book
Powered by Mercedes-Benz venerable 6.3 Litre engine, the 300 SEL was certainly worthy of the three-pointed star. An engine born an bred on the race track, it could catapult a car that weighed neraly two tons to a top speed of over 130mph and 60mph from a dead stop in under seven seconds - respectable numbers for modern automobiles and extraordinary feat for luxury saloon in 1969.Adored with finest luxury fitments of the time, this was a car for those who were lokking for the very best.
Ordered in Stuttgart, this 300 SEL 6.3 Saloon retains a copy of its original data card, wich lists a host of desirable options. Fitted with heat-insulating glass, front safety-belts, eletrically heated rear window and air conditioning, this Mercedes-Benz would have been an absolute luxury to drive. The data card also reveals that 300 SEL remains in its original colour beige, with dark brown interior - a subtile colour combination that highlight the elegance of this particular model.
Offered with a host of original documents, including the original German Kraftfahrzeugbrief stamped from Stuttgart and well-stamped service book, this 300 SEL would serve as an excellent show car or daily driver.
- 171'000 KM (Servicebuch)
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Brown leather
- 6'289 ccm, V8, 250 HP