Lot 933- 1972 Mercedes Benz 250 C


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The current Mercedes-Benz company tagline is “The Best or Nothing,” and that statement perfectly sums up the W114 and W115 chassis Mercedes sedans and coupes introduced in 1968.
These cars were a new style penned by legendary designer Paul Bracq for Mercedes and were a big part of what created the idea of Mercedes quality and workmanship in the United States. The quality of these cars has to be experienced to be believed. They have a vault-like feel, and in their fit and finish are unequaled by almost any other manufacturer. New carpet and door panels. Located in Bremerton, WA.