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Buying a 1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Coupe

1962 Mercedes Benz 220SE CoupeThe Mercedes Benz 220SEb Coupe models were added to the Fintail lineup in 1961 alongside the full-size Sedan to increase market coverage, particularly in the North American market. Large and luxurious, the 220SEb would become known for its rear fintail-like curvature, which was said to mimic the exaggeratedly finned American cars of the era. While the appeal of the exterior may have drawn many to the car, the car’s underpinnings were the true attraction. For the first time, Mercedes would introduce front and rear crumple zones that acted like buffers in the event of an accident and collapsed to reduce the risk of car parts entering the cabin. During the time, Mercedes also patented and implemented retractable seatbelts and would introduce an advanced air-suspension system. Today, these advancements make the 1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Coupe highly desired. With 14,173 Coupe versions of the 220SEb having been produced from 1961 to 1965, there is a wide variety still available in the market today.

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1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Coupe Buyer’s Guide

If you’re thinking about purchasing a 1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Coupe, you’ve come to the right place for Buyer’s Tips and the valuable information you need to make a knowledgeable decision. As with all classic cars, there are some items you’ll want to inspect before you commit to purchasing your 1962 Mercedes 220SEb. Some mechanical items to check on your 220SEb include: valve guides and valve stem seals, fuel pipes, transmission weakness, tie rods, steering damper, brake hoses, water hoses, and front king pins. Fortunately, if any of these items need repair or replacement, mechanical parts are readily available for these models. The body, on the other hand, can be a bit more difficult to repair. These were the last of the hand-built Mercedes, at a time when only 13 cars a week rolled off the production line. It is always advised to purchase the best model you can afford within your budget.

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