• Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    324 km / 202 mi
  • Car type 
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Exterior brand colour 
    Black (040)
  • Interior brand colour 
    Leather red (1088)
  • Interior type 
  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Performance 
    120 PS / 89 kW / 119 BHP
  • Drivetrain 
  • Fuel type 


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This 220 SE coupé is in a beautiful restored original condition. According to the available data card it is Matching Numbers and Matching Colors. It presents itself today as it did when delivered in beautiful black (040) with red leather (1088). The car was delivered on 12.05.1960 as a special version for the USA with sealed beam headlights.

The ponton was restored some time ago and accordingly presents itself in immaculate condition. The fuel-injected engine runs cleanly and accelerates the vehicle with its 120 hp sufficiently in all situations. The manual transmission with steering wheel shifter shifts cleanly, and the gear ratio allows for relaxed driving on country roads even at higher speeds.

The interior has a great charm and is very well maintained with a beautiful patina. A reliable companion for rides and also longer tours.

Equipment and special features
• Original restored condition
• Matching Numbers & Colors
• Front seat belts
• Rear window ventilation
• Sealed-Beam-headlights
• Rare coupé (only 830 units)

History of the series
The four-cylinder Ponton models appeared as early as 1953, until a year later six-cylinder lovers also got their money's worth. The sedan (220 a) was launched first, followed by the convertible in July 1956 and finally the 220 S coupe three months later. All pontoons were based on a self-supporting body, unlike the pre-war models and the 300 series (e.g. W 186), which were still built on a separate chassis.

Except for the engine, the 220 SE Ponton models correspond to their sister models of the 220 S type (W 180). The complex gasoline direct injection system from the 300 SL Gullwing was simplified and provided 115 hp as mechanical intake manifold injection from 1958. From September 1959, revised engines were used, these were given an output of 120 hp.

The successor, the W 111 series, appeared in August 1959. The W 128 sedans disappeared from the market from this point on, but the coupes and convertibles continued to be produced until November 1960. A total of 1,942 coupes and convertibles with fuel-injection engines were built, including only 830 coupes, making them among the rarer models of the Daimler-Benz post-war era.


The vehicle is located in our showroom in Stuttgart-Plieningen, close to the airport/trade fair. A test drive and an inspection on the car lift are possible by arrangement.

The sale takes place on request with new inspection, service and TÜV. We also offer a wide range of accessories for your new dream car. If required, we can also deliver the vehicle to you in a closed trailer.

Opening hours: Mon - Sat by appointment

Carola Daimler Cars is a company owned by the great-granddaughter of inventor and visionary Gottlieb Daimler. We collect, trade and broker classic cars, youngtimers and collectibles with potential and history. We place particular emphasis on quality, history and preserved charm.

Leasing/Financing: We would be happy to have our partner provide you with a tailor-made leasing & financing offer for this vehicle.

Subject to prior sale and errors for this offer excepted. The vehicle description on the Internet serves only for the general identification of the vehicle and does not represent a warranty in the sense of sales law. Only the agreements in the purchase contract are decisive.


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