Restored - Registered in Spain - Valid MOT
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
|Registered in country:||Spain|
Mercedes Benz 219 from the year 1959, in very good overall condition.
The 219 version was equipped with the same 6-cylinder engine of the 220, but with a single Solex 32 carburettor and less chrome body trim. It is in very good condition. A full restoration was done in 2013, taking care of the details such as the 6.50 x 13 diagonal whitewall tyres or the Philips AM/FM radio with buttons like board switches.
There are many photos of the restoration process which can be sent on request to Catawiki. Only the mounting of the heating system still needs to be finished, however the vehicle is supplied with the necessary parts to do this. It also has its original workshop manuals.
Flaws: The heating system pipes and fittings are missing. The choke handle is not connected. The radiator cap is leaking some water. The driver’s door does not close with its key. A chrome ring of a wheel has been lost.
This car was taken to Venezuela in 1959 by the Danish diplomate corps and it was brought to Spain in 2014. Only three owners so far. The current owner has the car since 1995. The vehicle currently has Spanish plates, valid MOT until February 2018 and is up-to-date with all national and municipal taxes.
The car is located in Madrid, Spain.
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The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Parla (Spain). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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