Mercedes 280 S W116 1975 – SPRZEDANY

Wspaniałe klasyki z niskimi przebiegami sprowadzone z Japonii cenione są nie tylko w Polsce. Ten Mercedes 280 S W116 ma zaledwie 13 tysięcy kilometrów przebiegów i był jedną z propozycji na renomowanej aukcji w Muzeum Mercedesa w Stuttgarcie. Pod maską podstawowy silnik w ofercie S-klasy – 160-konna jednostka M110, na wyposażeniu – automatyczna skrzynia biegów, niebieski welur i oryginalne radio Becker’a. Samochód licytowany był bez ceny minimalnej i osiągnął ok. 85 tys. PLN (uwzględniając prowizję) – mniej niż oczekiwano, lecz i tak o ok. 20% więcej niż wycena stanu 1. według Oldtimer Markt Preise.


Lot 102
Chassis no. 116020 12 042977 Engine no. 110922 12 024173
€25,000 – 35,000
PLN 100,000 – 140,000
Sold for €20,700 inc.premium
(PLN 84,824)

AUCTION 22719:
28 Mar 2015 14:00 CET

13,007 kilometres from new
1975 Mercedes-Benz 280 S Saloon
Chassis no. 116020 12 042977
Engine no. 110922 12 024173

The first of Mercedes-Benz’s new high-performance S Class luxury saloons – the 280 S and 280 SE – debuted at the Paris Salon in 1972. Subtly restyled, the newcomers retained strong visual links with their 'New Generation’ predecessors yet incorporated a number of significant improvements; the 'safety cell’ body construction was a major selling point while handling and ride comfort were enhanced by the adoption of semi-trailing arm rear suspension. Introduced on the immediately preceding saloon and coupé models, the 2,746cc, six-cylinder, M 110 engine employed double-overhead-camshaft valve gear and developed 160bhp on carburettors or 185bhp on Bosch fuel injection in the SE. Transmission options were a four-speed manual or similar automatic. Immensely successful, the 280 S/SE remained in production for eight years, being superseded by the new S Class models in 1980.

Finished in white with blue velour upholstery, this left-hand drive automatic-transmission 280 S was ordered new in Germany and then taken to Japan, where it was used in dry conditions by only two owners. With only some 13,000 kilometres under its wheels, the car is described as in generally excellent condition, completely original and un-restored, with its interior looking and smelling like new. Currently registered in the UK, it comes with a V5C document, current MoT certificate and Mercedes-Benz letter confirming manufacturing details.

No reserve