1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Coupe

Earlier this week on Monday I looked at 1993 600SL in Spruce Green only to follow it up with a 2004 CL600 in Everest Green. To close out the week, I’d thought I’d finish up with another green machine, although this one is quite a bid older than the prior examples. This 1967 250SE Coupe for sale Missouri is a wonderful example of the design and craftsmanship that Mercedes-Benz was all about during this era. Lots of chrome, lots of leather and lots of wood. These coupes were the perfect blend of conservative style that’s still noticeable without being totally outrageous and in your face (I’m looking at you Cadillac Coupe DeVille) So let’s go check out the details of the W111.

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Year: 1967
Model: 250SE Coupe
Engine: 2.5 liter straight-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 86,533 mi
Price: Buy It Now $56,900

The 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Opera Coupe featured here is finished in gorgeous Pastel Green with an impeccably kept Olive Green leather interior. This magnificent Mercedes has just arrived from Southern California where it was beautifully restored and maintained. Being one of 5,259 built, it is one of the last of these great handbuilt motorcars and was constructed during the last production year for the 250SE Coupe. We are pleased offer this investment-grade Mercedes to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the potential of this great marque. Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013 and posting gains of 395-percent over the last 10-years. Ready to make an investment you can actually enjoy? Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for more information.

1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE


Many have tried, but few manufacturers have succeeded in surpassing the Mercedes-Benz S-class as the bar by which all large luxury sedans are set. This isn’t anything new, as Mercedes has had a long, storied history of luxury sedans dating back to the early reaches of the 20th century. The S-class came into its own in the 1950s and 1960s, when the W111 appeared, which would be sold in coupe and cabriolet form alongside the W108 and W109 sedans. These S-classes would carry on into the early 1970s and would feature a variety of engine and body options, from short to long wheelbase with everything from a 2.5 liter inline-6 under the hood to the 6.3 liter V8 from the 600 Grösser. This 250SE for sale in The Netherlands has the fuel-injected 2.5 liter inline-6 under the hood mated to a four-speed manual gearbox.

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1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Cabriolet

This is the time of year you’ll invariably be asked “where do you summer?” I’m more interested in “what do you summer in?” This 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Cabriolet appears to be a perfect vehicle in which to holiday. This car was given a respray a few years ago along with an interior retrim, including the extensive amount of wood trim present in these models.

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1966 Mercedes-Benz 250SE

Most of us dream about those barn finds from time to time. That one car that you always wanted that you would give anything to stumble upon in unmolested condition, even if the car had a heavy patina. Or maybe it’s a car that you’ve spotted and expressed interest in, hoping that someday the owner would put it on offer. The latter is the case with this two owner 250SE, as the second owner purchased it from the original owner, whose son refurbished it as a 40th anniversary present for his parents. This car has covered less than 100,000 miles in 47 years and it shows.

Year: 1966
Model: 250SE
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 95,000 mi
Price: No reserve auction

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For sale is a beautiful 1966 250SE with only 95,000 actual miles, NOT 195,000. The car has had one owner up until now, which makes me the second owner. Always been a California car therefore the car has no rust issues at all. It’s
never been in any accidents, still remains all of its original body panels, The paint is Near flawless and looks fantastic, athough its not the original it has had only one repaint and finished in its original color. The interior is Original, All except for the rear upper section of the back seat,but still looks gorgeous, they are leather Not leather imitation. Carpets have No staining It is still very plush. All of the wood trimming is near perfect Condition with no cracks,all the bumpers, body, moldings, chrome, and glass looks great.

The undercarriage and engine compartment as well as trunk compartment all look fantastic. The undercarriage has never been undercoated it’s all original, This is what you would call a true survivor.

1968 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Coupe

While many consider the 300SL as the car that signaled to the world that Mercedes-Benz had returned from the brink in the aftermath of war, it was the W111 coupes and sedans that brought them success throughout the 1960s and carried them on to a prosperous future. After massive devastation to their factories during World War II, it was almost unthinkable that this company could rebound. However, a scant 14 years after the war had ended, the W111, with its advanced front and rear crumple zones, retractable seat belts and, on the top models, fuel injection, debuted. While the first sedans worse rather trendy tail fins, the coupe had more modest rear flanks and the stately, pillarless roof that we’ve come to love from Mercedes-Benz two doors. This 250SE for sale in Florida has undergone a recent renovation and is in need of a few minor touches to draw this classy coupe to completion.

1968 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Coupe on eBay

Just finished a partial restoration of this nice car. Done: New paint (Feb 2012) $6,770.00. New interior (March 2012) $7,490.00. Wood work repair and varnish $800.00. Engine Serviced (good compression), including tune up, differential, $4,446.12. Belts, hoses, etc. New tires/shocks (front and rear) $1,200.94. Transmission rebuilt $3,600.00. Total: $24,308.00

Questions you may have:

a) Why all this money?… I intended to keep the car and do it right. Still a possibility.

b) Why are you selling?.. My new business is taking me overseas every other month. No time.

c) Is there anything else to do with the car?.. Very minor, mostly details. Part of the hobby. Among them, I would rechrome a couple of pieces of the back bumper. Not an expensive job.

d) Does it run and shift OK?.. Yes, the car is smooth, the a/c works great, it has no rattles.