Currently being restored
Completion within the next twelve months. A classy and gorgeous color combination – two tone (Anthracite gray metallic + silver gray metallic) Mercedes-Benz 220 SE Ponton Cabriolet for sale.
Restoration, condition and quality
It is no secret the classic cars arrive rusty and sometimes even damaged at our manufactory. Our team puts its heart and soul into bringing the classics back to life. In just a few months, the original Mercedes-Benz W 128 base vehicle will be completely restored to the highest standard. We follow the philosophy of a so called "frame off restoration" - this means that each vehicle is completely disassembled, overworked and finally reassembled again. The result is a perfect classic Mercedes-Benz, technically and visually in mint condition.
· Two years full warranty
· Tailored transport solutions
· Assistance with import and vehicle registration
· Photographic documentation of the restoration
· Valuation report which states the condition grade A+ (mint condition)
Mercedes-Benz 220 SE Ponton
The first new Mercedes-Benz production after the war was the ponton series – a sensation! With self-supporting bodies and innovative safety elements such as crumple zones and safety steering columns, it was a milestone in the automotive engineering. In 1954, the luxury class model was followed by the new 200 series of the ponton series, now on an extended floor assembly. Back then, as part of the Mercedes-Benz company policy, elegant coupé- and convertible-versions of the ponton were created next to the sedans. These exclusive small series were handcrafted and had a high processing quality. The last technical expansion stage was in 1958 with the Mercedes-Benz SE with a 2.2 liter engine and with a prestigious injection system. The Mercedes-Benz SE Coupés and Cabriolets cost with 23.400 DM considerably more than the sedans of the ponton series with 14.400 DM.
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