It wasn’t until the late 1970s with the introduction of the W123 T-model that Mercedes-Benz had a proper modern estate in their lineup. However, there were a few limited production examples that saw the light of day in the preceding decades, such as this 1967 200D Universal converted by the Dutch firm I.M.A. Malines. Available in four different models, 200, 200 D, 230 and 230S, these five-door W110s were manufactured between 1965 and 1967. This example for sale in Oregon isn’t perfect, but it runs and would make a good base for a restoration project.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1967 Mercedes-Benz 200D Universal on eBay
Model: 200D Universal
Engine: 2.0 liter inline-4 diesel
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 40,000 mi
Price: Reserve auction
1967 Mercedes-Benz 200D Wagon. It does run and drive but needs some work to be 100%. The glow-plug system is not working most of all. Nice clean car for being 48 years old. There is a little bubbling in the tailgate and the driver side rocker. I am selling this car for a friend. For more info the best thing to do is call. Pat 541-967-9362 after 4:30 pm SPT during the week and on the week ends any time.
I found out today that the owner of the fintail purchase the car from the original owners daughter 4 years ago, her father purchase the car in Belgian in 1967. The car has 140,734K miles on it, the car did sit in a shop for 27 years. Pat
A good 200D sedan of this vintage can run in the $7,000 to $11,000 range these days, so a Universal should fetch just a little bit more, due to their rarity. This car needs a little bit of work cosmetically, but the interior looks to be mostly in tact. With a bit of mechanical fettling to get the oil burner under the hood working smoothly, this classic offers a touch of economy, utility and class in one package.