1966 Mercedes-Benz 300-Series 300SE
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The car started its life as a coupe it was professionally converted to convertible using factory Mercedes Benz parts and all the work was done in Europe.
The 300SE was based on the W111 chassis and was available as a coupe, convertible, or sedan. Standard features for the more luxurious W112 included air suspension and power steering, as well as an automatic transmission. 14” painted steel wheels wear color-matched Mercedes-Benz star hubcaps and chrome trim rings.
The fuel-injected 3.0-liter M189 inline-six was factory rated at 175 horsepower when paired with an automatic column shift transmission which makes for fun and spirited open-air drives. The light restoration included the refurbished interior, some light paintwork in the engine bay and where there was light rust. The mechanical work performed included the power steering pump and seals, distributor cap, refreshed fuel injection seal and lines cleaned, oil and fuel filters and radiator cleaned. The air suspension compressor is intact though the airbags have been replaced at some point with leaf springs. Engine bay refinishing was limited to paintwork on the valve cover, power steering reservoir and dipstick.
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