1967 Mercedes-Benz 250 SL Pagode
History and strong points
This beautiful German market Pagoda was delivered in March 1967 in Bremen, then brought to the US West Coast in 1968, where spend it whole life. In October 2016, the Pagoda went back to Germany. Since January 2018, it has been extensively restored "Frame Off" by a famous Pagoda shop with the aim- concourse level. During nearly 2 years of restoration each part was replaced by new or restored.
Mercedes-Benz 250 SL Pagode German market car- first delivery-03/1967 in Bremen, Matching Numbers & Color, Accident-free with correct stamped order numbers Frame off restored, 4-speed transmission Millage: 20 km since the restoration This pagoda is equipped with a mechanical 4-speed gearbox still with original engine and has a read mileage of 13.357 km. The pagoda has a clean Title – so letter without accident entry and was cleared EU. The hammered order number on the hood and the hardtop also agree. Additional equipment: This pagoda has the following special equipment: Code: 216 Leather upholstery, Cognac, 264 metallic paint 1-colored (462H Tunis beige), 416 Coupé roof mounted, 422 power steering, 514 Radio Becker Europe II 597 heat-insulating glass, The Mercedes Benz 250SL was the only change in the Mercedes range in 1967. The sports car presented in February in Geneva as part of the facelift received the new M129 engine, with a stabilized power of 150 hp and 10% more torque with 216 Nm. The crankshaft was improved and the engine received an additional oil cooler. The front axle got larger disc brakes and also the rear axle got the modern disc brakes now. The fuel tank has been increased from 60 litres to 82 litres. In order to improve the cooling of the brakes new hole rims were introduced, recognizable by the new Hubcaps. The 250 SL was in the program from 11/66 to 12/67 and with only 5,193 roadsters built is the rarest Pagoda with the greatest value increase potential.