1959 Mercedes 300d Cabriolet

1959 Mercedes 300d Cabriolet D 29,000 Miles One Owner 540K of Future No Reserve

This is the rarest post WWII Mercedes convertible ever made. Only 65 examples were made between 1958 and 1962.

This was the most expensive car in Mercedes lineup and was sold to governments for their presidents, kings, Pope John XXIII had one, and other wealthy industrialists. This particular car body number 13 has been on the estate of the original industrialist owner since new. It is in excellent original condition having only 29,000 miles and ready to be shown in the survivor class at Pebble Beach.

The 300SL Gullwing and Roadster were the only other cars that shared a similar fuel injected 300 motor.

This car has all 5 options offered from factory; automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, power windows, and 300Sc chrome wheels.

You will never find a nice more original example. This car has had no rust ever and has been kept totally road worthy in the owners stable its entire life.

It runs out strong and smooth and is ready to drive in the 4th of July parade. Car comes with original books, tool kit, original spare tire, as well as original radio.

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 189033129500367
Year: 1959
Drive Type: Automatic
Make: Mercedes-Benz
Mileage: 29,000
Model: 300-Series
Vehicle Title: Clear
Trim: Black Leather
Engine: 6 Cylinder Fuel Injected

Item location: Columbus, Ohio, United States


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