The Mercedes Benz 220SEb Coupe was introduced to the press at the company’s Stuttgart facilities in February 1961 to celebrate the re-opening of the Daimler-Benz Museum. Often considered an anniversary car, this was also the year that Mercedes celebrated its 75th year. Designed to compete with the Jaguar E-Type of the era, the 1964 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Coupe (and other model years) was a powerful and graceful example of Mercedes engineering. While it wasn’t the best performing model, the Coupe and Convertible designs would last more than a decade and are regarded by some as the best looking Mercedes of the classic era. The Coupe, however, is more than just a closed Convertible. If you look closely you will see that the grille of a Coupe stands more upright that the grille of a Convertible. Because Convertibles are highly sought-after, many Coupes have been cut down over the years. This difference in grille positioning is one identifier in determining if the Convertible you’re looking at is original.
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