The Paul Bracq styled W108 generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class is (in my humble opinion) one of the better ways to get into a vintage sedan for a semi-daily driver. The performance is acceptable, ride is comfortable, build quality is exemplary, but most importantly — drive one and you’ll look like a boss. Today’s W108 has a 6-cylinder gasoline engine that has been converted to run on CNG (compressed natural gas) and some rust along the doors that needs to be investigated. I wonder if you can get those California CNG carpool lane stickers for this thing? Find this 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE offered for $5,900 in Pasadena, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1970 mercedes benz 280se
cylinders: 6 cylinders
title status: clean
1970 mercedes benz 280se. 6 cylinder car. converted to cng. I believe it is out of cng gas it starts on starter fluid than immediately dies. Again it runs on cng fuel. I am not sure why it was converted and i do not have any prior history for the car. Clean interior. Runs and drives. Body has some rust bubbles on doors. Clean title. Original radio $5900 cash no low offers please. This is a project car priced very low. I am not interested in 4k 5k offers so please do not ask
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