1967 MercedesBenz 250 SL (250SL Pagoda W113) | Conceptcarz com

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Mercedes-Benz W113

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the successful, earlier SL models launched a whole new range of models in the 1960’s, starting the 230SL in 1963. The 1966 had a beautifully proportioned sports which had two comfortable seats (a sideways facing seat was a SL option) and could be fitted a distinctive (Pagoda Roof)


The 250 SL was introduced late in as an interim replacement for the 230 SL. The 280 SL was already but the 2.8-liter engine was not yet ready. particular car was built in February of an early production unit the larger 2.5 liter engine 170 horsepower, 20 more than the 230 SL. provided more spirited The car’s nickname — — comes from the hardtop that is lower in the than the sides. In the same since new, this car is original; it has survived with care over the past 46 never having been in rain or snow. It has an extremely color combination of light exterior and turquoise interior; 36 cars out of the 5,196 250 SLs produced so configured.

Many Pagoda owners the early 250 SLs to be the finest of the series the model featured many that were later in the 280 SL, including better seats, 4-wheel disc brakes, steering column, and better belts, but retained a more use of chrome and details. Thus, are truer to the original design of the which is appealing to the purists.

Interestingly many Pagodas sold for less than new. This was due to inflation and value of the German Mark, the at the time. When new, car sold for more than

The W-110 ‘Fintail’ Series was by the W-114 and W-115 models in also known as ‘Stroke by enthusiasts. These were versatile machines that a plethora of needs. They available with both and diesel engines, in four, or six cylinders. The gasoline models the six-cylinder engines were the designation of 230, 250 or 280, to nominal metric displacement. meant that the 230 Mercedes had a 2.3 engine, the 250 had a 2.5 liter version, and the 280 was by a 2.8L engine.

Production of the W114, and the similar continued from 1968 1976. The differences between the and W115 were with the The W116 were fitted the straight-six engines. The W115 straight-4 and straight-5 engines and under the names 200, 230, and 240. After the ‘Stroke-8’ models were by the W123 series. The ‘8’ of the ‘Stroke-8’ nickname signified The following year the cars designated ‘W-114/9’, ‘Stroke This nickname never on and the original nickname stuck for the series.

Mercedes-Benz W113

In 1969, Mercedes-Benz introduced a version and given the designation after the model number. The had the same wheelbase and length as the version and from the A-pillar they were identical. were differences; the passenger was 19-inches shorter in the coupe, and the was two inches lower. The trunk was longer.

In 1969 the 250CE featured the D-jetronic fully electronic injection system. This the first time a production ever used this The fuel-injection system was used for two before it was dropped in favor of a system. All coupe models given the six-cylinder engine.

The models featured many for the Mercedes-Benz marque. They the first models for Mercedes-Benz to a center console. In 1974 were given ribbed and a revised rear axle.

A manual gearbox was standard, but a automatic could be ordered, as optional power steering and air

By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2007

Mercedes-Benz W113
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