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1966 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Coupé [W112]

1966 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Coupé [W112] in La polizia ha le mani legate, Movie, 1975 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: DE — Made for: I

1966 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Coupé [W112]

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Gruszku PL

2014-08-30 18:13

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Already pretty beaten up in 1975...

ElSaxo IT

2014-08-30 18:39

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ingo DE

2014-08-30 19:19

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Gruszku wrote Already pretty beaten up in 1975...

A shame, as it was the last handmade Mercedes except the 600. Generally a 1962+ W111 Coupé (narrow grille), but the wheels and hubcaps are the 1968+ version. According Wiki the facelift with the lower front came in 1969, so this is a 1968-only 220 SE or 250 SE.

electra225 IT

2014-08-30 19:51

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If I remember well there was written 220 SE.
...but I supposed the 250 SE coupè/cabriolet superseded the 220 SE and the latter were deleted at the end of 1965.
In Itakly the 220 SE was not available after 1965 anyway.
Maybe I was wrong about the production and availability in Germany. Can you confirm this for me, ingo ?

-- Last edit: 2014-08-30 19:53:43

ingo DE

2014-08-30 20:10

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No idea. Anyways, it has the old body, the new wheels and is the Italy-version.

P.S. Anyone for the Citroen GS Break in the background? :whistle:

-- Last edit: 2014-08-30 20:11:08

Gamer DE

2014-08-30 20:35

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DIEHARD, silly!

rpcm PT

2014-08-31 00:35

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All the chrome trim seen on this car identify a 300 SE (W112). The steering wheel identifies a circa 1964-67 car, but the wheels look 14" with 1968+ wheelcovers. Several possibilities can occur here: a 1966+ 300 SE with later wheelcovers; a 1966+ 250 SE with 300 SE chrome trim and later wheelcovers; a 1964+ 220 SE with 300 SE chrome trim and 14" wheels (instead of the original 13") and later wheelcovers.

ingo DE

2014-08-31 13:57

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@rpcm: :beer: nice having you back!

*nitpicking modus on* The first possibility is not possible. The pre-1968-wheels are annother size, that the flat 1968+ hubcaps cannot be mounted on them. So the car maust have also the (smaller) 1968- rims.

rpcm PT

2014-08-31 21:58

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Hi, Ingo! ;)

The 1966+ cars (when the 250 SE was introduced to replace the 220 SE) received 14" wheels and it happened the same with the 300 SE that had the 13" wheels replaced by 14" ones. These wheelcovers were introduced with 1968+ models.

zodiac SE

2014-09-01 09:51

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When was the small Italian indicator introduced?
Is it possible to interchange 13" and 14" wheels, and also between 250 and 280 wheels?
That is, do they fit? There can be a lot of issues, i.e. size of the break callipers, possible change of turning circle...

rpcm PT

2014-09-01 13:14

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As I said in my first comment, I think the most plausible possibility (I'm not saying I'm sure) is that this is a 1966/67 300 SE (by the combination of the specific chrome trim, this steering wheel and what look like 14" wheels) with later wheelcovers.

DIEHARD NL

2016-02-01 23:19

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ingo wrote No idea. Anyways, it has the old body, the new wheels and is the Italy-version.

P.S. Anyone for the Citroen GS Break in the background? :whistle:


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