Selling a 1956 Mercedes Benz 220S Coupe
Part of the illustrious Ponton series to come from Mercedes Benz after World War II, the first 220S was presented to the public at the 1955 Frankfurt Auto Show. While the first Cabriolet model would come down the production line in July of 1956, the first 1956 Mercedes Benz 220S Coupe would not be seen until October. Boasting a 2.2L inline-six engine that was capable of giving drivers 99 horsepower, the 220S would later see the addition of two carburetors to increase horsepower to 105. During this era, Mercedes was producing the ultra-exclusive and luxurious Type 300 and saw a market for a less expensive, more personal automobile. The 220S began as a way to fill this void in the market. The Sedan chassis was shortened by nearly 5-inches, 4.7-inches to be exact, and chrome embellishments now adorned the car horizontally along the body panels. In total, only 1,251 220S Coupe models would be released, thus making them very rare in today’s classic car market. If you’re the owner of a 1956 Mercedes 220S Coupe, you understand the appeal these cars have and can probably write a book about the beauty, power and grace of these vibrant models.
1956 Mercedes Benz 220S Coupe Seller’s Guide
If you’ve found this article, it’s likely that you’re thinking about selling a 1956 Mercedes Benz 220S Coupe. Whether you’ve owned your classic for decades and finally need to make room in the garage, have recently inherited a classic barn-find and don’t know what to do with it, or have an incomplete restoration project that you need to get off your hands, the Alex Manos team can help. Because of the high cost of restoration for these classics, buyers are looking for models of all conditions, whether as donor cars for parts or as quality candidates for restoration. There is also a wealth of buyers looking for good to mint condition 220S Coupe models for their private collections, showrooms and enjoyment. Regardless of the condition or location of your 220S, contact the Alex Manos team today to learn more about your sales options. Should your classic fit into their collection, they will be happy to offer you top dollar for your classic. Furthermore, by paying in cash and picking up from any location in the country, they make the sale of your Mercedes classic as smooth and successful as possible. Learn more by connecting with their California classic car dealership today.
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The 1956 Mercedes Benz 220S Coupe, with little more than 1,200 manufactured, is one of the lowest production cars in the Ponton lineup. Connect with the Alex Manos team to learn more about the value and demand for your car in today’s classic car market. They are standing by to assist you and look forward to helping you find a great home for your Benz. Connect today!