1984 Mercedes Benz 300SD Turbodiesel Start Up, Engine, and Full Tour
I love checking out old cars, this benz is a tank, it'll still last till probably 500k miles! Pretty cool to be able to compare today's luxuries with things in the past
1966 Mercedes-Benz 250SE 4spd Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of a 1966 Mercedes Benz 250SE. It has a 2.5L L6 engine with a 4 spd manual transmission. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle. Thanks to jrosa1282 for this additional info on the history of this great car! The 250SE was a new offering from M-B for 1966, and was the first of what was known as the "New Generation" body/chassis, also known as the W108. This car would later spawn the classic 280SE 4.5 and 300SEL 6.3 sedans. In '66, a new 250SE retailed for about $6,550. In comparison, a new Chevy Corvair started at around $2,140, and an Austin-Healey Sprite cost $1,995. So these Benzes were not cheap in the day. (Goose Creek Auto Werks) The 250 SE was first introduced in 1965 and was built through 1968. It has independent front and rear suspension with four wheel power assist disc brakes. The engine is a straight 6 cylinder 2.5 liter with overhead cam and fuel injection. Power output is 170 hp at 5,600 revolutions per minute. This vehicle has about 70k on a factory short block and valve job. This Auto is black on black and has an older restoration job. The front and rear windshield weather strips were replaced then as were all the door weather strips and window channel. The head liner was replaced wih a factory OE kit. The seats and woodwork need repair. Recent repairs include a new water pump, fuel gauge sending unit and OE trunk mat. The rear brake calipers have been rebuilt with new disc and pads, and new pads on the front brakes. This is a classic Mercedes Benz, in design and style.
Mercedes 300D Review!
If you were looking for a guy rambling about his car for 10 minutes on a poorly edited video, then you've come to the right place. --Upon further inspection, i've realized that I left out a huge part of the history of the Mercedes that will be covered in an upcoming video.-- Music: Disclosure - Latch feat. Sam Smith (Icon South Hip-Hop/Trap Remix) Feel free to Like and Subscribe for many many more reviews!