This 1965 Mercedes-Benz 220SEb coupe received a complete professional restoration. Power comes from its original 2.2-liter SOHC inline 6-cylinder engine with Bosch fuel injection. The engine delivers power to the rear wheels through a newly rebuilt K4 4-speed automatic transmission, making this 220SEb a smooth-running vehicle.
The exterior is finished in all-new Glasurit paint, and the interior uses GAHH materials, a world-renowned supplier of original interior leather and carpet cut to exact factory standards. This car is rust-free and was coated with a rust-preventative treatment before being painted. It is equipped with the not-often-seen sunroof option and has power steering and power brakes. The Mercedes won Second Place at the 2019 Boston Cup; an invitational car show limited to 100 top entries. Like all W111s, this car was hand-built at the factory. Offered with No Reserve during the inaugural Barrett-Jackson New Orleans Auction, September 28-30.
Powered by its original 2.2-liter SOHC inline 6-cylinder engine with Bosch fuel injection mated to a rebuilt K4 4-speed automatic transmission. Sunroof option. Professionally restored. Won Second Place at the 2019 Boston Cup. Hand-built at the factory.