First released by Matchbox in 1963, the ’62 Mercedes-Benz 220 SE Coupe has a very dignified claim to fame. It was the first vehicle by the brand to feature opening doors! Open up a place in your collection with our latest edition. It’ll be the second release in our brand-new Matchbox Collectors series – featuring the most detailed diecast Matchbox cars you’ve ever seen, with superior collector packaging!
Considered among of the highest level of Mercedes-Benz models, the ’62 Mercedes-Benz 220 SE Coupe was particularly visually notable for its delicate tailfins – aimed at the American market. Aesthetics aside, Mercedes-Benz produced a vehicle that not only continued their mark of elegance but delivered good performance and acceleration as well.
The Matchbox piece saw duty from 1963 – 1967, then wasn’t seen again until a special 67 (last) then special edition in 2019. Now it makes its first appearance since 2019 in this optimal presentation. A shiny silver finish with a matte black roof shout out the subtle class of this amazing vehicle. It of course features the opening doors, plus True Grip GT wheels. It’s housed to show in an acrylic case with an authentic environment backdrop – the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany! You’ll want to display it at your location as well.
- Features: Opening doors
- Body Color: Silver
- Deco: Matte black roof
- Body Type: Metal
- Wheels: True Grip GT wheels
- Base: Silver VUM
- Window Color: Light blue-tinted
- Interior Color: Red
- Scale: 1:64
- Packaged in an acrylic case with environment-themed panorama background in a sturdy box