Willow Green (I think)
This car was bought new at Phoenix Motor Company in Phoenix Arizona by Dr Edgar Romo of Tucson Arizona. It remained in his possession until his death in 1996. It was then sold to Leslie Cox of Tucson, who owned it until 2010. The third owner was Doug Kuiper, a friend of mine, who lavished love and money upon the car until his wife compelled it's sale. I am the fourth and final owner. The car has 64,000 A-box (meaning original) miles, has never been hit or repainted, and looks more like a 10-year-old car than one nearing 50. I have all the original paperwork and several boxes of spares to get me through the increasing scarcity of parts.
1967 Mercedes-Benz 250S (Willow Green (I think))
The mechanical fuel pump has been replaced by an tank-mounted electric pump and filter.
There are no modifications to the interior other than the tinting of the windows, a necessity in Arizona.
The only modifications to the exterior are the addition of a set of fog lights.
A factory installed Becker Grand Prix radio provides a nice environment.
No modifications here.
Wheel and Tire
Goodyear radials replaced the Dunlop bias-ply tires. The original caps and rings are perfectly lovely. No changes planned.