Mercedes-Benz caused a sensation at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1968 with the 300 SEL 6.3 (W 109). For the Stuttgart-based brand's top-of-the-range luxury model with a V8 engine offered the performance of a sports car: the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.5 seconds and the top speed of 220 km/h were exceptional for their time. The car also came with a comprehensive range of standard equipment and the inimitable comfort of a Mercedes-Benz. The 300 SEL 6.3 continues to fascinate with its high level of perfection. It has long been one of the most coveted collector's items bearing the Mercedes star.
A total of 6,526 units were produced up to 1972. This relatively high production volume for the time marked the entry of Mercedes-Benz into the powerful sedan segment.
This car is in good original condition, but has a number of defects such as paint reactions (about ten years old) and tears in the front seats. Mechanically, the engine runs well and the air suspension works. The vehicle is ready to drive, but can be improved.
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