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1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolet

Added to the Fintail lineup in 1961 to run alongside its Sedan counterpart, the 1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolet would increase market coverage in the US. During an era where American auto manufacturers were producing Cadillac and Ford cars, Mercedes Benz would make its mark in the market with this model. From 1961 to 1965 only 2729 units of the Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolet would be produced. When you compare this to the 14173 Coupe units made during the same period, its obvious why the Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolets are so desirable. If you’re thinking about purchasing a 1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolet, you’ve come to the right place for tips and information.

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Another main draw to the 1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolet is the fact that for the first time Mercedes introduced front and rear crumple zones. Other advancements that are today standard included retractable seatbelts and an air-suspension system. When buying a 1962 Mercedes Benz 220SEb Cabriolet, always do a thorough inspection for rust. Because of the high demand for Cabriolet models many Coupes have been converted, so always verify if the car is original. Some of the mechanical issues you should take into consideration are oil leaks, valve guides, transmission weakness, worn steering damper, and ageing brake and water hoses.

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