The pagoda is certainly one of the milestones when it comes to Southern German car-making art. It is for reasons that the prices for the model have skyrocketed in recent years. The Pagoda was and still is very popular both visually and technically, the timeless and classic design is not disconcerting and the performance of the car is still convincing today.
To the car we offer – to what we know and to what we don’t know: The convertible was first delivered to California, USA, in 1970. We have a cheque book that confirms 17 maintenance checks at Walters in Riverside – starting at 635 miles in May 1970, ending at 52,890 miles in February 1977. We don’t know exactly when the Pagoda started its (home) journey to Germany. According to the previous seller, it will have been in the early 2000s. The Benz was restored during the years 2006 and 2007, unfortunately we do not have any photos or other proof in the form of receipts and invoices. The pagoda received its first German registration in the far north in 2008 before it was registered again in 2013 by its second and current owner in the south. The reason for his decision at that time: He liked the pagoda, the colour combination appealed to him, the car drove exactly as he should. Since 2013 over 7′ Euros have been invested in the maintenance and improvement of the car.
Now it’s up to you and your ideas about a pagoda. Is it the Concours car that shows no trace of life and is possibly in the “better than new” version or is it the classic Mercedes convertible that you “use” in good conscience and enjoy driving?
If this driver convinces you as much as we do, then please get in touch with us and get an idea of its beauty here on site.
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