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Beverly Hills Car Club encourages you to contact with any questions about this car! Toward the end of 1966, the Mercedes Benz 230SL was succeeded by the 250SL model. Its six-cylinder in-line engine also had an output of 150-hrsepower, yet generated 10 percent more torque, giving the 1967 Mercedes Benz 250SL a faster 0 to 60 time by more than 1.1 seconds. Quite simply, the 250SL picked up where the 230SL left off. The car’s exterior styling continued to use the clean, elegant and angular lines of the 230SL, while the intelligent placement of the wheels in proportion to the rest of the body design and the tall, Pagoda removable hardtop gave passengers and drivers ease of access to the cabin. The 1967 Mercedes 250SL also used a monocoque chassis with front suspension, while the rear incorporated a single-pivot swing axle and transverse springs set up to compensate for camber. Four-wheel disc brakes were also implemented for additional braking power. Buyers also had more options inside the cabin, with access to leather, plush, supportive seats, big gauges, Blaupunkt radios, and the world-class Mercedes craftsmanship throughout.
Looking for a 1967 Mercedes Benz 250SL Buyer’s Guide to give you a better idea of the history and availability of these classic cars, or simply need a few tips to help you in your search, you’ve come to the right place. The premier California classic car dealership, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club, understands the unique intricacies of purchasing a 1967 Mercedes roadster or any classic European or American auto. Having assisted countless buyers and sellers over the years, they have the experience and professional automotive contacts needed to help you find and acquire your desired classic car. From 1967 Mercedes Benz 250SL showroom quality models to barn finds in need of restoration, from quality everyday-drivers to museum pieces, place your trust in the Los Angeles classic car dealership with a reputation for honesty, integrity, and superior customer service. Quite simply, they are your European and American classic car specialists.
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