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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Year: 1967
Model: 250SE
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 76,415 mi
Price: $85,000 Buy It Now

This is a 1967 Mercedes 250SE Cabriolet finished in Beige # 181 with Black interior. This car has spent most of its life in California and is very solid with excellent floors. Recent work includes new paint in 2008 in the original color, new seats, carpets, door panels and dash. Wood has been recently refinished as well. This is a great opportunity to own a 111 Chassis car. For more details call 631-283-8819

Whether it is an earlier variant or a later version powered by the 3.5 V8, the W111 Cabriolets have skyrocketed in terms of value in the last decade. These were some of the last handbuilt Mercedes-Benzes and present an interesting mix of new technology mixed in with old world craftsmanship. The 250SE was produced between 1965 and 1967, and only 954 Cabriolets were ever produced. It may not be a later V8 variant, but you are certainly in exclusive company with a car like this. The price we see here is about $25,000 higher than the top end of what Hagerty is reporting, but these cars are not exactly depreciating any time soon. We may not be there yet when it comes to this particular car’s price.


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  1. I tend to like these cars a lot, but this one doesn’t really do that much for me. Looking at the pictures I get the sense of a dull patina over the entire car. Then I noticed the sun bleached light lenses and the dents in the rear bumper and couldn’t believe they were asking $85k for it. Maybe someone out there will step up at the asking price, but not anyone I know.

    BTW, Paul, check your last sentence. Something got really jumbled up there…

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