The Mercedes W108 series is one of the most definitive cars of its post-war history. It was premium and sturdy just like many of the sedans before it, but its contemporary style embraced one of the most graceful European eras. You see it in this 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280S in the way the chrome bumpers are doubled around the corners to add extra emphasis to places like the iconic grille. Or how the taillights fit under the trim so that it can seamlessly encircle the rear. And of course, Mercedes .....
famously over-built these cars from the beginning. So over half a century later, the doors still close with the sound and feel of German precision. It's a style that's svelte but not dainty, and it became a look that's unmistakably Mercedes-Benz.
*Clean lines of the classic Mercedes style
*Darker blue classic wheel covers for a subtle two-tone
*Darker blue hubcaps go well with darker blue leather interior
*Highly original appearance inside
*Upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo
*2.8-liter inline six with dual double-barrel carburetors
*Four-speed automatic transmission
*Four-wheel power disc brakes
*All independent suspension
*An honest look of a solid Mercedes
There's a known ownership to this car where it even solid back into the family of a previous owner. That tells you this is a proper Benz. It's the kind of car that has seen the right care to remain a sturdy runner with a stylish face. So when a true classic like this is also so affordable, the full package is irresistible. Call today!!!