1964 Mercedes-Benz W111/112


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British title Engine n° 127984-12-001773 - Comfortable 4-seater cabriolet - Carefully maintained, lovely presentation Originally sold in the US, this car was bought during the 1980s by a specialist Mercedes collector, A. Lasky, who restored it with the utmost care, in 1989. In 1992, he sold it to the current owner, a former film director living in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, who immediately changed the original cream paintwork to the current semi-metallic bronze. In 2009 he had the car taken to England, where it was stored in a garage. Following a period of inactivity, the mechanical elements were serviced, and it was subsequently used regularly, even taking its passengers on a trip to France. This 220 SE cabriolet, which records 62,719 miles today, features the rare sports seats option, air conditioning and a period Blaupunkt radio. The beige hood is in excellent condition and the car is presented in lovely condition. With its attractive dashboard sporting a mix of wood and leather, its comfortable seats and smooth six-cylinder engine with room for four people, this 220 SE cabriolet offers the promise of enjoyable long distance drives.