The W114 & W1115 models began in 1968 and were marketed as “new generation models”. They were the first post-war Mercedes-Benz production cars to use a newly engineered chassis rather than one derived from previous models. The 250C and the 280C are considered by Mercedes enthusiasts to be one of the best classics from the 60's and 70's era.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1972 Mercedes-Benz 250C for purchase. This Mercedes-Benz has a beautiful chrome lining on the exterior that has definitely held up with its age. The premium paint that Mercedes uses absolutely influences the value that these classics hold. This 250C has gorgeous paint in a Brilliant Silver Metallic, with almost no scratches or dents. The wheels are in good condition; as the previous owner had the tires replaced in 2015, along with replacing the battery in 2017. Cruise control was installed within this owner's possession also, which comes with a full manual for direction. Air-conditioning was a true luxury in 1972 when this vehicle was made, and this Mercedes didn't disappoint by adding it in as a feature. The interior is very tidy with a simple and suited leather upholstery, and a clean wood trim. More amenities such as the AM/FM radio with a cassette player accompanied by the Pioneer stereo system, also includes great headliners, working windshield wipers, power steering, and power brakes. Original Owner's Manuals for the vehicle are included with the purchase.
This Mercedes-Benz has a grill to remember, with only 64,048 miles this car still has life to live! This spacious 1972 Mercedes-Benz 250C has all power windows which bring a level of security to this vehicle. The data plate is from a Jack Bozzini who was the first owner of this 250C in 1972 it was sold out of European Motors in Oakland, California. These are a rare find and a true head turner with classic Mercedes style.