Offering the new 2.5L engine, the Mercedes 250SE Coupe would be the replacement for the 220SE and 220SEb top-of-the-line Fintail Mercedes. While some styling changes happened during this transition, the new Coupes and Convertibles were relatively unchanged. Sedans on the other hand were mainly distinguishable by their new lower and longer body. Launched in 1965, the 250SE would run until the end of 1967 when it was replaced by the 280SE, thus giving buyers some models in the 1968 model-year. Many collectors believe that if you are going to purchase a 250SE, you should purchase the 1968 Mercedes Benz 250SE Coupe, as it encompasses all the changes and updates that happened throughout the course of its production. Overall, however, these classics are strong and resilient and make great everyday drivers or occasional drivers and certainly can hold their own on the showroom floor. If you’re looking to buy a 1968 Mercedes 250SE Coupe, you’ve come to the right place.
Armed with the Buyer’s Tips you need to be successful in today’s classic car market, The Beverly Hills Car Club is happy to help their clients find, negotiate and secure the classics they desire, including the 1968 Mercedes Benz 250SE Coupe. As a leader in the classic car industry and a renowned California classic car dealership, if you don’t see the car you’re looking for in their inventory, The Beverly Hills Car Club will be happy to use their industry connections to help you find the perfect model. When searching for a 250SE or any postwar Mercedes classic, it is imperative to do a thorough inspection for rust. This should include placing the car on a lift to inspect the underbelly. If a seller is not willing to let you do this, they clearly have something to hide. Secondly, you should always try to get as much documentation on the car as possible. This will not only help you understand the value of the car, but will help you sell the car for a higher value should you decide to sell down the road. Lastly, always purchase the model in the best condition you can afford, as restorations can be costly and time consuming.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team encourages you to browse their website to view the 1968 Mercedes Benz 250SE Coupe models currently in inventory. Should you have any questions or would like to view any of the cars in person, their team of experts is always just a phone call or email away. Connect today to get started!
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