Motor Classic || Mercedes-Benz W111 280SE 3.5 Coupé || A Classic Silver Gem

This W111 280SE 3.5 Coupé, boasting a sleek silver exterior, exudes luxury from every angle. Equipped with an automatic transmission, electric windows, a sunroof, and air conditioning, this masterpiece offers both comfort and convenience.

Under the hood, the W111 280SE 3.5 Coupé houses a robust V8 engine, delivering an impressive 200 horsepower. Produced between November 1969 and July 1974, this model represents a pinnacle of automotive engineering from the golden era of Mercedes-Benz.

It’s worth noting that only 3,270 units of this particular model were ever produced, adding to its exclusivity and allure. Furthermore, for those seeking the thrill of open-top motoring, a convertible version was also available, with just 1,232 units crafted.

Join us as we explore the legacy and craftsmanship behind this rare gem, celebrating its timeless design and performance that continue to captivate enthusiasts worldwide. Whether you’re a seasoned collector or simply appreciate automotive excellence, this video offers a glimpse into the remarkable world of the the Mercedes-Benz W111 Coupé.

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