J a, good streak-eight are now so expensive. In addition to the glossy paintwork and the neat interior, the color alone is a convincing selling point. Yellow, more precisely yellow 624 - a rarity among the late Strichachtern from the 73er facelift - which are so much painted in colorado beige, caledonia green or aqua blue.
yellow with WD glass green and fabric black, it looks appetizing and is so wonderfully 70s zeitgeist. The equipment of the shiny six-cylinder, internally called the W 114, is also impressive. A sunroof, colored glass and a high-quality Becker radio will please the connoisseur. The two-carburetor six-cylinder runs flawlessly and excellently intones the typical hoarse Mercedes sound, the elegant acoustic antithesis to the nailing diesel.
However, you have to be content with a four-speed gearbox instead of the so pleasant DB automatic of the second generation. This car clearly belongs to the get in and drive away category. The only thing missing is the good star on all roads, but there is still a new one.
- Pro: Excellent maintenance condition, complete documentation, technically excellent
- Cons: Star missing, partial repainting, minor lack of detail
- Conclusion: Attractive six-cylinder model the second series with beautiful features