When considering the postwar Mercedes classics, Convertibles may be some of the most sought-after but Coupes are often found in better shape because sun and water damage does not affect the tops of Coupes the way it does Convertible soft-tops. This is also true for the 1970 Mercedes Benz 280SE Coupe in both the 2.8L and 3.5L versions. While the 280SE began production at the end or 1967, it wasn’t until 1969 that the 280SE 3.5 would join the lineup and run alongside the standard version for a few years. Both would continue to run until 1971. These second-generation 280SE Coupes featured a new lower and wide body style and could be identified by the rear lenses, which were changed to a flatter and cleaner design. Many of today’s Mercedes enthusiasts and collectors believe the 1970 Mercedes 280SE Coupe and 280SE 3.5 are some of the best postwar Mercedes for everyday and weekend driving.
If you’re in the market for a 1970 Mercedes Benz 280SE Coupe, you’ve come to the right place. The Beverly Hills Car Club, an experienced and leading California classic car dealership located in Los Angeles, has built this website as a resource for buyers just like you to learn valuable Buyer’s Tips and model-specific information on the most desired classic cars. Whether you’re searching for a 1970 280SE or have always wanted a Porsche 911, you’ll find everything you need to know here!
The 1970 Mercedes Benz 280SE Coupe is generally considered one of the most mechanically sound classics in the postwar Mercedes lineup. However, it is always imperative to have any prospective purchase inspected by a third-party mechanic, particularly one that specializes in European classis. Secondly, because rust can be quite an issue with these models, always perform an inspection on a lift to view the underbelly and the most common rust-prone areas. Lastly, as with all classics, always ask the seller for any documentation regarding ownership history, maintenance and restoration. This will not only help you get a better understanding of the car, it will be valuable to you should you sell the car in the future. For more Buyer’s Tips like these or to schedule a consultation regarding your specific classic car desires, connect with The Beverly Hills Car Club today. They look forward to hearing from you soon.
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