1970 Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL Landau

It all started with two different ideas from two different men with two different cars. Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz each created their own companies, manufacturing their own cars. Their companies produced brilliant automobiles as rivals for about 30 years, until economic ties caused their two respectful companies to merge and create what today is the greatest automobile in the world.

Owning a Mercedes gives a real driving enjoyment and pride of ownership. When these cars were manufactured new, Mercedes-Benz adhered to construction methods that resulted in a standard that was the envy of the automotive industry. Every Mercedes-Benz model shared a build quality second to none.

The W108/W109 line was the upper class model of the New Generation or /8 Mercedes family in 1967. It was introduced two years earlier in 1965 with the 250S/SE and the 300SE/SEL, but never the less served as the S-Class member of the stroke-eights for the first production years. It’s predecessor was the “Fintail”; or “Heckeflosse”; W111/W112 and the successor was the W116.

Original European Model, Elegant 1970 one of a kind Mercedes-Benz SEL Landau Convertible. The exterior is Metallic Green with lots of chrome accents, the interior is the original tan leather in good condition showing normal wear for its age. Equipped with factory Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Windows, Power Antenna, Air Suspension with Interior Control and custom Landaulet. The engine is a  Mercedes 3.5L V8 with automatic transmission.

Thousands invested in this elegant Landau Convertible. All Original Mercedes Parts with a German canvas top. Car runs and drives great, a rare collectible from Mercedes.

An excellent combination of looks, quality and real driving enjoyment.

Mercedes-Benz Quality Second To None!