Selling a 1958 Mercedes Benz 220S Cabriolet
In 1956, German automaker Mercedes Benz took the very successful 220 Sedan, shortened it by 4.7 inches, and began production on the Cabriolet and Coupe versions. Sporting longer doors and a removed roof, the 1958 Mercedes Benz 220S Cabriolet commanded a luxurious and graceful presence. The thinner steering wheel displayed the silver Mercedes emblem with the classic steel inner lay for a horn, personifying the luxurious driving experience. The 220S became known as the “Ponton,” referring to the sheer size of the classic and the pontoon-like shape. Mercedes also began offering the Hydrak clutch, which was an innovative feature allowing the driver to forego the use of a clutch, but due to its mechanical failures over time, most current examples have most often been replaced it with a conventional unit. If your particular 220S Cabriolet offers the original Hydrak clutch, be sure to mention this when selling, as it can make your classic stand out from the rest.
1958 Mercedes Benz 220S Cabriolet Seller’s Guide
Whether you’re looking to make room in the garage for your next project, have recently inherited a 1958 Mercedes Benz 220S Cabriolet that you simply don’t have room for, or are ready to explore other models for your collection, the team of classic car professionals at Alex Manos would be delighted to learn more about your Cabriolet. Always in the market for new classics to add to their collection, their team looks for all types of European and American classics in all conditions and locations across the country. They are renowned for offering top dollar and can pick up from anywhere in the country, generally within 48 hours of your original call. Perhaps one of the biggest Seller’s Tips they can provide is to have all your documentation handy and to be prepared with current photographs of the car, including any areas of concern or defect – particularly if selling a mint-condition example. Furthermore, any information on ownership history or of maintenance and restoration can add value. Similarly, because this is a Cabriolet, you’ll want to give a thorough description of the condition of the convertible top and its mechanical components.
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When you’re ready to explore the current market value of your 1958 Mercedes Benz 220S Cabriolet, the team at Alex Manos would be happy to learn more. Should you classic Mercedes fit into their California classic car dealership’s collection, they will happily offer you top dollar on the spot. Learn more by connecting today! They look forward to hearing from you and to helping you find a new home for your cherished Mercedes.