1967 Mercedes-Benz 250 SE Cabriolet
The Mercedes-Benz Cabriolet
Overviewing the available models, the 250 SE Cabriolet is the most rare. Between September 1965 and December 1967 a total of 954 examples were produced.
This Mercedes-Benz 250 SE Cabriolet left the factory on June 23, 1967. The first owner took delivery three days later – on June 26, 1967. The first owner was “Gierath und Steffens – Fleischwarenfabrik” in Cologne, Germany. On the original German Fahrzeugbrief, we noted that Wilhelm Steffens (born September 15, 1919) – director of this company – registered the car in his private name on November 21, 1975. At that moment the car was 8 years old. He owned the car until it was sold to the second owner in 1996. The car was in the hands of the first owner for 32 years. Around 2010, the car was acquired by a family member of the first owner, Mrs von Deichmann-Greve. The car spent its entire life in Köln. Until it was exported to The Netherlands in 2016. The last 4 years, the car was driven sparingly around the Côte d’Azur.
Over the years, the car has seen little use and all its owners pampered the car. The car was serviced by marque specialists. The car is matching numbers and never had a color change. The timeless elegance of classic Mercedes-Benz motorcars is unparalleled. The Pampyris White (717) paint and blue leather interior are in pristine condition. The engine runs perfect and the automatic gearbox shifts smoothly through the gears.
With the car we have a great history file: noting all the previous owners and many old service records. An original owners manual for the 250 SE Cabriolet is included. The car is recently serviced and ready to be enjoyed.
This Mercedes-Benz 250 SE Cabriolet is for sale. Please, don’t hesitate to contact us for further details.