Without a doubt, the 1963 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolet was a large car with a commanding presence on the street and in the showroom. More than just a pretty face, the 220SEb also leads the automotive industry in technological advancements of the era. Built with safety and passenger comfort in mind, the Mercedes 220SEb presented owners with front and rear crumple zones, which were designed to absorb energy from an impact to protect passengers from injury. Mercedes also patented and implemented retractable seat belts during this time and began offering the 220SEb with an advanced air-suspension system for a more comfortable driving experience. With all these advancements taking place, the 220SEb would be among the last models to be hand-built; a time where only 13 cars would roll off the production line per week. First introduced in 1961, the 220SEb would live on as the 250SE and 280SE before being replaced by the 300 series.
If you're thinking about buying a 1963 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolet and are looking for valuable Buyer's Tips to help you make a decision, you've come to the right place. The Beverly Hills Car Club, a renowned California classic car dealership based in Los Angeles, has years of experience working in the classic car market and can help you identify the good deals as well as the bad deals to steer clear of. Perhaps the biggest concern you should have while searching for a Cabriolet model is whether or not you are indeed looking at a true Cabriolet. While this may sound outrageous, because of the demand for 220SEb Cabriolets, some Coups have been converted into Cabriolets (especially the 280SE that would be released in later years) and unsuspecting buyers can make a huge mistake by purchasing these models. Always verify chassis and engine numbers against historical records to ensure authenticity. A representative at The Beverly Hills Car Club can assist you with this if you have any questions.
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